When Josh Duggar's child */@#$%&*# begins on November 29, the whole world will be watching, waiting with bated breath to find out if the predatory monster will finally suffer some sort of consequence for his lifetime of */@#$%&*# misconduct. For most people who have been following the case casually, a guilty verdict probably feels like a foregone conclusion. But if you've been watching this thing closely from the start, you know that Josh's lawyers are pulling out all the stops in order to create a shadow of a doubt with regard to Josh's guilt. And there's a good chance they'll be successful. After all, the prosecution has to convince the jury that Josh is completely guilty. The defense only has to argue that there's a remote possibility of his innocence. And weeks before the trial even begins, Team Josh has already made some very brazen moves which make it clear that they're not going down without a fight. Already, Josh's lawyers have moved to have the case dismissed before it even goes to trial. They've argued several reasons why the judge should pursue this"