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If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

A) If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

B) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

C) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence forming their verdict.

D) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict.

E) If the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict.

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If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

A) If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

B) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

C) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence forming their verdict.

D) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict. Correct

E) If the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict.

Originally posted by subhsngh0 on 18 Sep 2018, 07:15.
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If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

A) If the Knight is guilty or not, this will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

B) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, in which judges will examine evidence to form his verdict.

C) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence forming their verdict.

D) Whether the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a court of law, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict.

E) If the Knight is guilty or not will be established in a law of court, where judges will examine evidence to form their verdict.


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