No good could come of abolishing the jury system.
The state didn’t prove its case.
You can’t hang someone for probably killing someone, like Tam said.
Our whole legal system is set up to err on the side of not sending people to jail (or it was, before plea bargains became all the rage).
If we destroy that because every single case doesn’t go the way that we think it ought to, then we’ll be left with a police state.
And we’ll deserve it, to boot.