So we abandon due process and convict them on the basis of their prior crime?
as someone who was framed on the basis of having made a mistake 2 years earlier and having a DUAI on my sheet, I am extra wary about that, but it happens. A guy might have robbed a bank, done his time, and this time the pillowcase in his pocket might be because he took in his change, or he might have a ski mask because his face is cold. One of the problems you get if you screw up, is a big target painted on your back.
I want to make sure a person is guilty of what he is charged with, regardless of priors.
Well no, we abandon due process and convict them because there apparently is video of them shooting a man in the face in front of his wife.
I am saying that if they are guilty, then that's it, game over.