If you are charged with a criminal offense, you have the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. You are not proven guilty until you have been deemed so by a court after a public trial in which you have been able to defend yourself using every means provided to you by the law.
No one can be guilty of a criminal act or by not acting, if that act was not criminal when it was committed. You cannot be punished any more than the law says you could be at the time the act was committed.
Innocent Until Proven Guilty in Aruba
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