Your Grand Rapids Criminal Defense Attorney Addresses Guilt "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt"

The entire foundation of our legal system rests on the simple concept of a person being innocent until proven guilty. To be proven guilty, the prosecutor must convince a jury “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the defendant was responsible for the crimes they are charged with. This is why the jury plays such a vital role in deciding a defendant’s fate. Watch this video from your Grand Rapids criminal defense attorney to find out more.
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