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What Reasonable Doubt Means. The legal system prevents a conviction if there is any reasonable doubt about the defendants guilt. The defendant does not need to prove innocence. The burden of proof is on the prosecution to prove their case.
In a civil suit, the plaintiff must prove that it is probable that the defendant is legally responsible, or liable, because a civil case is decided on a balance of probabilities. This is the standard of proof for a civil case, just as the standard of proof for a criminal case is proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
Being noted in default has a number of consequences, including that the court will assume you admit to the claims made against you and the party suing you can ask the court to order you to pay the claim. This is called a default judgment, which can be enforced against your property and assets.
In a civil lawsuit, the burden of proof rests on the plaintiff or the person filing the suit. The plaintiff should prove that the allegations are true and that the defendant, or the other party, caused damages. When it comes to establishing a civil case, the plaintiff must usually do so by a preponderance of evidence.
Filing a claim will cost between $100 to $215. Other steps in the process, such as setting a trial date or requesting a default judgment, can cost between $89 and $320. In some cases, filing fees can be waived if you cannot afford them and make a request for a fee waiver.

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In a civil case, the plaintiff must convince the jury by a preponderance of the evidence (i.e., that it is more likely than not) that the defendant is responsible for the harm the plaintiff has suffered.
In a civil case, civil cases are about money, suing for money, so we have a lower burden of proof. Its called a preponderance of the evidence. And what it really means is more likely true than not true, more likely true than not true, say 51% that might meet the civil burden of proof.

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