Standard of proof in criminal cases, Business Law and Ethics

Standard of proof in criminal cases:

Whenever the standard of proof in criminal cases is away from any reasonable doubt.  Further in the event of any reasonable doubt the accused is set free or say acquitted. So the court must be satisfied as like the accused committed offence such charged.  Whether the burden of proof the accused is convicted so the prosecution discharges and sentenced that could take any of the following forms as like:;-

(a)               Is, Imprisonment term

(b)               Is, Capital punishment and

(c)                Is, Corporal punishment and

(d)               Is, Community service and

(e)               Is, Fine and

(f)                 Is, Conditional discharge and

(g)               Is, Unconditional discharge

Now the purpose of criminal is as;

  • For ascertain whether or not the crime has been committed.
  • For punish the crime where one has been committed.

 

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