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reasonable doubt - Legal Definition
amount of doubt that would cause one to believe that the defendant might not
actually be guilty of the charged offense(s). “Beyond a reasonable doubt” is
the amount of certainty that a juror must have in order to find a criminal
defendant guilty as charged. See also
moral certainty and preponderance of the evidence.