And, I hope, my last. A Peyton Place case like this, with no "winners," is another good reason for me hoping to get out of this biz.
And, it's illustrative that the law and justice don't necessarily intersect.
Of course, per Walter Kaufmann's "Without Guilt and Justice," a book with which I agree in many respects, there is no such thing as "justice."
Really, it's not much more useful as a concept, if we're really honest about human nature and social psychology, than are ideas such as "unitary consciousness" and "free will."