Definitions for "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt"
The highest level of proof required to win a case. Necessary to get a guilty verdict in criminal cases.
the standard used by a jury or judge when deciding if someone is guilty or not guilty of the offence; a "reasonable doubt" is the doubt that prevents people from being firmly convinced of a person's guilt.
The burden of proof that the prosecution must convince a judge or jury to obtain a guilty verdict in a criminal trial.
Keywords:  supersedeas, vacantia, bona, bond