What Does Guilt “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” Mean?

April 6, 2015

One of the fundamental concepts of our justice system is that a defendant is presumed innocent under the law unless the prosecution proves the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This means that a defendant can only be convicted if the jury is satisfied “to a moral certainty” by the evidence that a defendant is guilty. Your case can benefit best from the help of a New Jersey federal criminal defense lawyer.

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For more understanding of your criminal case, contact New Jersey federal criminal defense lawyer Tim Anderson of The Law Offices of Timothy R. Anderson, LLC at (732) 212-2812.

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