14/04/16 “Beyond Reasonable Doubt”
If something is beyond reasonable doubt, then there is enough evidence to prove that thing to be true. For example, if an accused is guilty beyond reasonable doubt, then it means that there are sufficient pieces of evidence to prove that he or she has done something wrong.
The jury found the accused guilty beyond reasonable doubt of over 45 counts of sexual assault.
- Curso: “Advanced Contract Drafting”