Study finds unattractive defendants 22 percent more likely to be convicted

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Not only is justice not blind, but it’s incredibly shallow, according to a new study from Cornell University .

Reported by CBS News, the study found that ugly people are more likely to be convicted than their pretty peers by an average of 22 percent.

The study showed that while Megan Fox and Susan Boyle had the same chances of getting away with a particularly heinous and incriminating murder, for minor offenses with soft evidence, someone with Fox’s alibis was more likely to get off.

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