The Physician Suspected of Making False Diagnosis
The physician as the accused in this case gave the prosecutor the false diagnosis to let the leader of a violence group escape from being demented. Then he was accused for penalties. The court in the second instance found that it wouldn’t be necessary to be a deterministic judgement in a diagnosis. Even though the diagnostic method the accused had used was unusual in medicine, the inference made by him was based on the experience and wasn’t untruth. In fact, it would only be insufficient for the explanation due to adopting the old result, and be hard to be a false record. In the end, the court in the second instance rejected the counterappeal from the prosecutor and maintained the judgement in the first instance that the accused was innocent.