A Real Double Jeopardy Case

“In 2004, Isaac Turnbaugh of Vermont was acquitted of killing his coworker. Police say he recently contacted them, however, and confessed to the murder. But there’s not much they can do.

Some might call it an outrage, but he’s protected under a basic Fifth Amendment concept better known as “double jeopardy,” and prosecutors say their hands are tied.” – HuffPost

Read the whole story HERE

It’s just like the movie! Now I want to go watch it.

Don’t understand what double jeopardy is? That’s okay, Dom Mazetti doesn’t either…


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