reasonable doubt

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الإنجليزية - التركية
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beyond a reasonable doubt
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A degree of uncertainty to which a reason can be assigned; in those jurisdictions influenced by English common law, the minimum degree of uncertainty required to acquit a defendant
A person accused of a crime is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, his or her guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt;" i e , when jurors cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
Reasonable doubt refers to the level of certainty that the judge or jury needs to have before finding an individual guilty The judge or jury must be satisfied that no reasonable person would doubt that this person is guilty return to index
The standard used to determine the guilt or innocence of a person criminally charged To be guilty of a crime, one must be proved guilty "beyond a reasonable doubt " Reasonable doubt is such a doubt as would cause prudent men to hesitate before acting in matters of importance to themselves
An accused person is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, his or her guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt"; that state of minds of jurors in which they cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
an accused person is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, his guilt has not been proven beyond a "reasonable doubt"; that state of mind of jurors in which they cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
sensible or actual hesitation with regards to the veracity of a claim
The level of certainty a juror must have to find a defendant guilty of a crime
The level of proof that must be established in a criminal case is "beyond a reasonable doubt " The proof must overcome any doubts a reasonable person would have as to its validity
An accused person is entitled to acquittal if , in the minds of the jury, his guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt" that state of the minds of jurors in which they cannot say they feel and abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
An accused person is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, guilt has not been proven beyond a "reasonable doubt"; that state of mind of jurors in which they cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
An accused person is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, his or her guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt;" that state of minds of jurors in which they cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge
A person accused of a crime is entitled to acquittal if; in the minds of the jury or judge, his or her guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt"; the jurors are not entirely convinced of the person's guilt
- An accused person is entitled to acquittal if, in the minds of the jury, his guilt has not been proved beyond a "reasonable doubt;" that state of the minds of jurors in which they cannot say they feel an abiding conviction as to the truth of the charge rebuttal - The introduction of contradicting or opposing evidence; showing that what witnesses said occurred is not true; the state of a trial at which such evidence may be introduced redirect examination - Follows cross-examination and is carried out by the party who produced and first examined the witness reply - Pleading by the plaintiff in response to the defendant's written answer rests the case - When a party concludes his presentation of evidence
beyond a reasonable doubt
A legal standard for deciding the outcome of a criminal charge, requiring evidence that is sufficient to eliminate any doubts that a reasonable person might entertain about whether a claim is more likely to be true than not
proof beyond any reasonable doubt
nearly certain conviction of the veracity of a claim; level of proof that a prosecutor must achieve to convict a criminal in a trial
prove beyond a reasonable doubt
convince with a reasonableness close to 100% of the veracity of a legal claim
proved beyond reasonable doubt
shown to be true without a doubt
reasonable doubt

    الواصلة

    rea·son·a·ble doubt

    التركية النطق

    riznıbıl daut

    النطق

    /ˈrēznəbəl ˈdout/ /ˈriːznəbəl ˈdaʊt/

    كلمة اليوم

    meed
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