Harmless: adjective, free from harm or loss; lacking capacity to injure; innocuous. Merriam–Webster.
Defendants’ trial, on charges of police misconduct, was not free from harmful evidence, which evidence was not innocuous and therefore, contrary to the 5-2 majority decision, the convictions should have been reversed. State v. Trinidad, ___ N.J. ____ (2020), 2020 WL 1281731.
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