Abiding Conviction (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
A definite conviction of guilt derived from a thorough examination of the whole case. Used commonly to instruct juries on the frame of mind required for guilt proved BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT. A settled or fixed conviction.
(The entire section is 37 words.)
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