I had no fear, therefore, that any circumstantial evidence could be brought forward strong enough to convict her.
"That evidence," he observed, "was hardly required in so glaring a case, but I am glad of it, and, indeed, none of our judges like to condemn a criminal upon circumstantial evidence, be it ever so decisive."
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The appeals court ruled that there was only circumstantial evidence of discrimination, so his case could not continue.
Pete Earley’s book Circumstantial Evidence was published a few months after Walter was freed, and it provided a detailed account of the case.