[Answer] Why does Elizabeth refuse to believe that Justine is guilty?

Answer: She trust Justine and considers her part of the family that she knows really well. She firmly believes she knows Justine is incapable of committing such a crime especially against William.
Why does Elizabeth refuse to believe that Justine is guilty?

Unfortunately even though the general belief was that innocent people had been wrongly convicted Elizabeth had been convicted and was considered guilty. In the eyes of the law she was considered a “dead woman” and could not claim any of her husband’s estate. Elizabeth petitioned the court for a reversal of attainder to restore her legal rights. No action was taken for seven years.

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