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What does SETC stand for?

SETC stands for Sufficient Evidence To Convict

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We have to follow the rule of law", he said in an interview with Mail Today That said, Pakistan has long delayed action with the argument that it lacks sufficient evidence to convict the alleged planners of the attacks-which India and the US have both alleged includes members of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, as well as Lashkar-e-Toiba's Hafiz Saeed.
We have to follow the rule of law", he said in an interview with Mail Today That said, Pakistan has long delayed action with the argument that it lacks sufficient evidence to convict the alleged planners of the attacks--which India and the US have both alleged includes members of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, as well as Lashkar-e-Taiba's Hafiz Saeed.
Byline: Daily Star Staff Summary: Amanda Knox's lawyer argued Tuesday there wasn't sufficient evidence to convict the US exchange student in the 2007 slaying of her British roommate, saying Knox had been swept up by a "tsunami" of events that led to her arrest.
He added that one of things to come out of recent UK case law was that DNA in its own right is not sufficient evidence to convict an individual if there are legitimate explanations why DNA may be there.
The report said: "The result of the psychological evaluations which have now been performed on Mr Gilmour, taken together with the information contained in the statements and the lack of forensic evidence, cast doubt on the reliability of the confession, without which there would not have been sufficient evidence to convict Mr Gilmour.
Prosecutor Heung Bunchea in the province, about 295 kilometers northwest of Phnom Penh, told Kyodo News that most of the convicted denied any involvement in either illegal armed group or terrorism, but said the court had sufficient evidence to convict them.
The 21-page report concludes: "The result of the psychological evaluations which have now been performed on Mr Gilmour, taken together with the information contained in the statements and the lack of forensic evidence, cast doubt on the reliability of the confession, without which there would not have been sufficient evidence to convict Mr Gilmour, "This has led the commission to believe that there may have been a miscarriage of justice and that it is in the interests of justice that the case be referred to the High Court of Justiciary for consideration.