In order to convict a person of the crime charged, each of the elements of the crime must be proved. For example, in a murder case, the elements are:…

In order to convict a person of the crime charged, each of the elements of the crime must be proved. For example, in a murder case, the elements are: (1) there was an intentional killing of (2) one person by another person, (3) with malice aforethought. What is the result if the prosecution fails to prove any of the elements beyond a reasonable doubt?

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