Define beyond a reasonable doubt

timer Asked: May 9th, 2013

Question description

In your own words, but
drawing on the textbooks and other reliable sources, define beyond a reasonable
doubt, preponderance of the evidence, and clear and convincing evidence. (Be
sure to provide citations and references for this information)


How does beyond a reasonable
doubt differ from preponderance of the evidence and clear and


Which do you think is the
better standard for use in a criminal court? Why?

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