Unformatted text preview: Proof beyond a reasonable doubt is proof that leaves you with an abiding conviction that the charge is true. The evidence need not eliminate all possible doubt because everything in life is open to some possible or imaginary doubt. In deciding whether the People have proved their case beyond a reasonable doubt, you must impartially compare and consider all the evidence that was received throughout the entire trial. Unless the evidence proves the defendant’s guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, he is entitled to an acquittal and you must find him not guilty. CAL CRIM 103 New January 2006; Revised August 2006...
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- Spring '08