Besides, here's what I was actually replying to:
Would you trust a police officer whose cases only made it to a jury a small number of times, but 80 percent of those times the jury found he had made a wrongful arrest
If only a very small number of arrested suspects plead not guilty and have their case go the a jury trial then the cop is doing quite well are they not?
Also plenty of people are arrested on suspicion and released without ever going to trial after questioning or evidence shows that they are not guilty - nothing wrong with that, it's a process not instant magic.
To sum up the analogy is really pretty stupid when you think about it. The complaint about the reality it's being compared to probably even more so. Emotive bullshit being applied to attempt to smear a very conservative error checking system that is working precisely as designed.