By saying this I do not wish to appear to prejudge the issue.
We are the investigators of the circumstances: it is not for us to prejudge.
I have thus appeared to prejudge the question to be resolved.
The use of this figure does not prejudge any important question.
"I should be very sorry to prejudge the case, or to judge it all," said John.
Scotland Yard refused to prejudge the case despite the penny-a-liners.
Prejudge nothing, my friend; with time, all will be cleared up.
Do not prejudge him, even if the police are convinced of his guilt.
I do not ask for an explanation from you, as that would seem to prejudge you.
To deny and prejudge a phenomenon has never proved anything.