“He felt that his interrogators would now believe beyond a reasonable doubt that the Lines of Torres Vedras were imaginary, that in reality there were no defenses between Almeida and Lisbon except the armies of Lord Wellington.”
““Unless Ms. Granger can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Manny Garcia was personally responsible for that coke being where it was when the police found it, you will have no choice but to vote for his acquittal.””
“Susan Garland, he described his mission in tabloid terms: The state would never prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Nancy VanVleet was sane on that tragic April night, stumbling into a wife’s worst nightmare—her husband in the arms of a young, glamorous, voluptuous sexpot; rather, the evidence would show that his client sustained an emotional blow of such force that her head spun, her heart broke, and her mind snapped.”
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