Answering as one who's actually been convicted on circumstantial evidence (Later appealed, retried & dismissed), but only because I was able to appeal with a 'Real' lawyer instead of a burned-out Public-Pretender,,
I can definitely say with qualification that in most trials Truth, innocence, certainty & doubt reasonable or otherwise are totally Meaningless!
Typically all a half conscious jury that just want's to get it over-with & go home needs to see is an accused person shackled-up in an orange jumpsuit & they don't even need to know what he's accused of and will usually just come up with whatever verdict that a respectable looking prick in a suit tells them to so they can go back to their pathetically uninteresting lives & feel good about themselves for doing a civic duty that doesn't even require as much qualification as a high-school diploma or a frkn driver's licence.
Unless you've got Money I suggest staying out of trouble since after all,, when was the last time you saw an accused person on the news and just assumed he was innocent or as much as even Doubted he was guilty!?
When a serious crime has been committed, of course people are going to want 'justice' but if they can't get it with the "Truth, the whole-truth & nothing else" before dinner-time, mostly they'll just settle for whatever is most convenient!