Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

This is a legal burden of proof the state must meet to convict someone of a crime in criminal court. It is not the standard of proof used in family law cases. Family law cases use a best interests standard for issues involving children,  a preponderance of the evidence standard for most other issues except for a select few that specifically require “clear and convincing evidence,” I.e, evidence that is reasonably certain.

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