After Murdock is found not guilty for the murder of a couple in Latigo, his step-son admits that he is terrified because he knows Murdock did commit the murders. Unfortunately, it's a case of double jeopardy and Marshal Scott is very, very upset about the injustice that has been done. Written by
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Marshal Gib Scott
What kind of law is it that protects a killer?
A good one. Without it, the law could dog us the rest of our lives for something we've been cleared of. We'd never be free. We'd never be free, even if a dozen juries said not guilty.