English version

beyond (a) reasonable doubt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeyond (a) reasonable doubtbeyond (a) reasonable doubtlawSCL if something is proved beyond reasonable doubt, it is shown to be almost certainly true reasonable
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beyond (a) reasonable doubtCivilised society generally only convicts where a man is guilty beyond reasonable doubt.If we knew that, I think we'd be beyond reasonable doubt.Once the issue is validly raised, the prosecution has the burden of disproving it beyond reasonable doubt.It means only that prosecutors failed to prove their guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, he said.Finally, although it is not proved beyond reasonable doubt, most experts agree that dry foods are beneficial to the teeth.They had to feel, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Bill had killed Sandy.In many cases, it will be hard for the prosecution to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he is lying.If theft is not proved beyond reasonable doubt, they should consider handling.
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