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    Should Criminals Be Convicted of Unspecific Offences? On Efficiency, Condemnation, and Cognitive Psychology.Amit Pundik - 2015 - Criminal Law and Philosophy 9 (2):207-224.
    Assume that a person who is suspected of either murdering X or raping Y credibly and voluntarily confesses to have committed ‘a terrible crime’ but immediately after this utterance decides to remain silent. The remaining available evidence cannot prove beyond reasonable doubt the exact offence which he committed. Should such an accused be acquitted of both offences and evade the law or should a way be found to allow a conviction, although no specific offence can be proven beyond reasonable doubt? (...)
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