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When the defendant is represented by a lawyer who raises doubts on the clients guilt
Innocent until proven guilty
Defendant is innocent until the prosecutor is able to show proof of his guilt.
Burden of proof
Prosecutor has to prove the guilt of the defendant. Defendant is NOT required to prove their innocence.
The level of certainty a juror must have about whether the defendant committed a crime OR to order a guilty verdict
Preponderance of evidence
The accuser must present believable evidence that their own facts more likely occured than the defendants
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