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Noun Concept
Categories: Criminal procedure, Human rights, Articles with short description, Doubt, Legal doctrines and principles
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presumption of innocence  Assumption of innocence  Ei incumbit probatio qui  ei incumbit probatio qui dicit  Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat
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The presumption of innocence is a legal principle that every person accused of any crime is considered innocent until proven guilty. Wikipedia
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The presumption of innocence is a legal principle that every person accused of any crime is considered innocent until proven guilty. Wikipedia
The legal principle Wikipedia Disambiguation
Legal principle that one is presumed innocent until proven guilty Wikidata
The precept that someone will not be convicted of a crime unless (the judge, prosecutor, officer) proves guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and is non-liquet, with there being no present burden of proof duty subjected on the accused to prove innocence. Wiktionary
Legal principle. Wiktionary (translation)