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Re: The fairness of the judicial process depends on the objective presenta [#permalink]
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Please explain why A is wrong for Q4?


Option (A) states that the ability of juries to resolve factual issues is limited by any individual juror's tendency to draw inferences from the facts presented during the trial. While it is true that jurors draw inferences from the facts presented, the passage does not specifically support the idea that this limitation affects the ability of juries to resolve factual issues.

The passage focuses on the abstraction process, limitations in perception and memory, and the influences on witness testimony. It discusses how witnesses' memories are abstracted and how jurors' own abstraction processes further reduce the characteristics traceable to the original event. The passage also highlights complications and inaccuracies that can arise from these abstractions and limitations.

However, the passage does not explicitly discuss the impact of individual jurors' tendencies to draw inferences on the ability to resolve factual issues. It does not provide evidence or arguments to suggest that this tendency limits the jury's ability to reach a factual resolution.
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