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Present-day prosecutors have many more tools for proving guilt -- including DNA analysis, lie detectors, ballistics tests, and fingerprinting.

Which legal standard of guilt do you think is more appropriate in capital murder cases today?

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Born to be badbeyond a reasonable doubt: 51%
Learned a life of crimeto an absolute certainty: 48%

Total number of poll participants: 202

Of the participants polled thus far, 110 watched at least half of the film; of those, 41 said the film influenced their vote.

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