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Because of persuasive arguments made by both lawyers, juries often have difficulty distinguishing the innocent from the guilty; DNA testing helps prevent innocent people from being convicted.

(A) the innocent from
(B) the innocent and
(C) the innocent or
(D) for the innocent or
(E) among the innocent or

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Bunuel wrote:
Because of persuasive arguments made by both lawyers, juries often have difficulty distinguishing the innocent from the guilty; DNA testing helps prevent innocent people from being convicted.

(A) the innocent from
(B) the innocent and
(C) the innocent or
(D) for the innocent or
(E) among the innocent or


The correct idiom imo is Distinguish a from b
so A
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Only option A uses correct idiom "distinguish X from Y".
Will go with A
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Bunuel wrote:
Because of persuasive arguments made by both lawyers, juries often have difficulty distinguishing the innocent from the guilty; DNA testing helps prevent innocent people from being convicted.

(A) the innocent from
(B) the innocent and
(C) the innocent or
(D) for the innocent or
(E) among the innocent or


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The only correct idiom offered among the options is to distinguish x from y. Choice A is the correct answer.
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