2008/03/13 Debito Arudou
Mr Arudou the crime in question is a murder in both cases you compared above. The accused defence in both cases is that it was done in self-defence. If the claim is valid the crime, murder does not hold. If it was done in self-defence but way he defends was excessive, the crime holds, but since it is an excessive defence, he will get the reduction in the sentence.In that sense in both cases lenience is expected.
Now, how does the two cases demonstrate NJ is treated unfairly?
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