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Old 12th Apr 2018, 14:26
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KenV
 
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Originally Posted by gr4techie View Post
It's actually the prosecution must prove guilty beyond all doubt.
Even if there's 0.01% doubt then the accused must be acquitted.
WOW!! That's a very very high bar. In the US the prosecution must prove guilt beyond all reasonable doubt. If the defense claims "ET did it, and not my client." they have certainly injected doubt. But that doubt is also completely unreasonable.
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