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In the judicial system the defense attorney argues for the

In the judicial system, the defense attorney argues for the null hypothesis that the defendant is innocent. In general, what would be the result if judges instructed juries to

a. Never make a Type I error?

b. Never make a Type II error?

c. Compromise between Type I and Type II errors?

a. Never make a Type I error?

b. Never make a Type II error?

c. Compromise between Type I and Type II errors?

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