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  • it could tell us that the system is very, very efficient.
  • One of these two: 1. They arrest very few innocent people 2. They convict many innocent people, or people who would not have been convicted in a true "innocent until proven guilty" system.
  • Don't under any circumstances be naughty in Japan :o)
  • Either Japan is a police state, fascist or military dictatorship or maybe even a totalitarian state where the arrested is automatically found guilty until proven innocent... ... or their criminal investigation branch is the most efficient and infallible in the world... ... or the statistics are massaged... ... or these statistics are invented! Interesting! Where did you find/get the figure of 99% ?
  • either they are very accurate or very stubborn.
  • Logically speaking, it tells us absolutely nothing. Any conclusion you draw from this fact, without more, would be a plagued with fallacy.
  • It's similar to the UK - a 92% (though civil) conviction rate. Criminal conviction rates are not far behind.
  • It's similar to the UK - a 92% (though civil) conviction rate. Criminal conviction rates are not far behind.
  • It's similar to the UK - a 92% (though civil) conviction rate. Criminal conviction rates are not far behind.

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