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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. The circumstances which will amount to this degree of proof can never be... "
Miscellaneous Documents: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 49th Congress, 1st Session - Page 135
by United States. Congress. House - 1878
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 1

John Pitt Taylor - Evidence (Law) - 1848 - 1386 pages
...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 which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously defined ; the only...
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The Law of Evidence as Administered in England and Applied to India

Joseph Goodeve - Evidence - 1862 - 658 pages
...subject of enquiry. 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 which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously defined ; the only...
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The Magistrates' Manual: Being a Compilation of the Law Relating to the ...

John McNab (Barrister-at-law.) - Courts - 1865 - 658 pages
...the truth of which is submitted to judicial investigation.* Satisfactory or sufficient evidence is that amount of proof •which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced! mind beyond reasonable doubt. The circumstances which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously defined : the only...
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The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of California, Volume 2

California - Civil procedure - 1872
...See note to Sec. 1826, ante. Satisfactory evidence is sometimes called sufficient evidence, and * h that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. The circumstances which will amount to this degree of proof can never be previously defined. The only...
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Reports of Decisions of the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada, Volume 11

Nevada. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1877
...Mr. Greenleaf : "By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of proof which ordinarily 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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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volumes 53-54

Law reports, digests, etc - 1893
...§2, is: "By 'satisfactory evidence,' which is sometimes called 'sufficient evidence,' is intruded that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. The circumstances which will amount to this decree of proof can never be previously defined. The only...
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Report of Public Service Commission

Georgia Public Service Commission - Railroads - 1880
...2 of vol. 1: 'By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. • * Question« respecting the competency and adniissibllity of evidence »re entirely distinct from...
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The Identity of Primitive Christianity and Modern Spiritualism, Volume 2

Eugene Crowell - Spiritualism - 1881
...to be proved. " By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt." And again : "While unbounded credulity is the attribute of weak minds, which seldom think or reason...
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Central Reporter: Cases, Courts of Last Resort, New York, New Jersey ...

1887
...Scribner, 57 Me. 495. By satisfactory evidence, which is sometimes called sufficient evidence, is intended that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt. 1 Greenl. Ev. 8 2, p. 4; 1 Starkie, Ev. 514; Young v. Edwards, 72 Pa. 267. Convinced is defined "to...
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Cases Determined in the St. Louis and the Kansas City Courts of ..., Volume 31

Missouri. Courts of Appeals - Law reports, digests, etc - 1888
...559; Beach v. Clark, 51 Conn. 200; Ruff®. Jarrett, 94 111. 475. By satisfactory evidence, " is meant that amount of proof which ordinarily satisfies an unprejudiced mind beyond reasonable doubt." 1 Greenl. on Evid. [14 Ed.] sec. 2 ; Whitney ». Clifford, 67 Wis. 156. Here the jury are told that...
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