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English Reading Practice – We're Always Innocent Till Proven Guilty

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Justin is not when he is called to jury . He does not want to be a . He is too busy to go to . He just wants to get his duty with as soon as possible.

When Justin sees the person, he thinks that he must be . The man looks guilty. He guilty. sounds guilty. So, he must be guilty, ?

After a few , the jurors a break. Justin other jurors talk about the accused person's . He hears one of say, "He is innocent until guilty."

Justin asks, "I hear that , but what does that mean?"

The juror says, "It means that as far we know, this man is . We do not anything at this point. Just put yourself in his . What if someone accuses you of one day? You want people to believe you are innocent!"

Justin thinks about it for minute. "You right," he says. I not think about it that way. you."

For the of the day, Justin thinks about this human right. He himself to do his best as a juror. He promises to this man's human right. He is innocent proven otherwise!