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" By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. "
Court of Customs Appeals Reports: Cases Adjudged in the United States Court ... - Página 313
por United States. Court of Customs Appeals - 1925
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An Examination of the Testimony of the Four Evangelists, by the Rules of ...

Simon Greenleaf - 1846 - 543 páginas
...evidence, is meant that amount of proof, which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind, beyond any reasonable doubt The circumstances which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously denned ; the only legal test to which they can be subjected is, their sufficiency to satisfy the mind...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volumen1

John Pitt Taylor - 1848 - 1386 páginas
...particular case, such as the production of a writing, where its contents arc the subject of inquiry. By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called...sufficiency to satisfy the mind and conscience of an ordinary man ; and so to convince him, that he would venture to act upon that conviction, in matters...
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Report of the Great Conspiracy Case: The People of the State of Michigan ...

Abel F. Fitch - 1851 - 865 páginas
...intended that amount of proof which ordinarily satisnes an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubv — The circumstances which will amount to this degree...proof can never be previously defined, the only legal tests of which they are susceptible, is their sufficiency to satisfy the mind and conscience of a common...
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The Magistrates' Manual: Being a Compilation of the Law Relating to the ...

John McNab (Barrister-at-law) - 1865 - 658 páginas
...the truth of which is submitted to judicial investigation.* Satisfactory or sufficient evidence is that amount of proof •which ordinarily satisfies...sufficiency to satisfy the mind and conscience of an ordinary mari.f ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES. — Justices have ample power to bring before them persons...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, Volumen1

Simon Greenleaf - 1866 - 675 páginas
...particular case, such as the production of a writing, where its contents are the subject of inquiry. By satisfactory evidence, .< which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount &>>*" of proof, which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind, beyond reasonable doubt. The circumstances...
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The Law of Evidence as Administered in England and Applied to India

Joseph Goodeve - 1871 - 702 páginas
...particular case, such as the production of a writing, where its contents are the subject of enquiry. By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called...previously defined ; the only legal test of which they are suspectible, is their sufficiency to satisfy the mind and conscience of a common man ; and so to convince...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Ohio, Volumen88

Ohio. Supreme Court - 1914
...is obviously more satisfactory than any amount of testimony dependent upon the memory of witnesses." "By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called...ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind, beyond a reasonable doubt." 1 Greenleaf on Evidence (16 ed.), Sec. 2. "Evidence is said to satisfy the mind...
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Reports of Decisions of the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada, Volumen11

Nevada. Supreme Court - 1877
...received but little consideration. The rule of law upon this subject is thus laid down by Mr. Greenleaf : "By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called...satisfies an unprejudiced mind, beyond reasonable doubt. Tho circumstances which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously defined; the only...
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Miscellaneous Documents: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 49th ..., Volumen5

United States. Congress. House - 1878
...district, or the right of the person chosen by them to a seat pending a contest upon the merits, when " that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind, beyond reasonable doubt," is produced in a case before it. The statute of Arkansas iu relation to elections (section 50, before...
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Report of Public Service Commission

Georgia Public Service Commission - 1880
...from the jury, this rule expressly refers it to the jury. Greenleaf »ays, at section 2 of vol. 1: 'By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called...satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. • * Question« respecting the competency and adniissibllity of evidence »re entirely distinct from...
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