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Blog: Beyond reasonable doubt?

Published: 03 August 2017
By:Richards Attorneys

When something is almost certain and that the proposition being presented in court must be proven to the extent where there is no reasonable doubt in the mind of a reasonable person that a person committed an offense.

Moral of the story, don't convict a person without a trial. Unless of course he pleads guilty! How many times have you read the paper and decided about a person's guilt? Can you justly come to a conclusion without having considered all relevant facts and evidence?

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