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On the other hand you must admit that the balance of probability from my point of view is on the other side.
I could only say what was the balance of probability.
John Douglas himself could be, and the balance of probability was that with the connivance of his wife and his friend he was concealed in a house which had such conveniences for a fugitive, and awaiting quieter times when he could make his final escape.
It is perhaps less suggestive than it might have been," he remarked, "and yet there are a few inferences which are very distinct, and a few others which represent at least a strong balance of probability.
But on a balance of probability, and as has been proven by the incidents which have occurred, upcountry workers are at greater risk as prime targets of these attacks.
A judge previously ruled on balance of probability he did sexually assault 13-monthold Poppi before her death in 2012 in Barrow-in-Furness.
The video man then looks at the evidence and gives his 'best judgement' based on the balance of probability on whether it was a try or not.
Senior coroner for central Hampshire, Grahame Short, said: "On the balance of probability I conclude he either jumped or fell in the sea on the night of March 19 and died shortly after.
He meant against the balance of probability and the number of injuries, a loss was inevitable at some point.
On the balance of probability, spending council money on a review will not change the present situation and the council has to move forward in the best interests of all the children, including those in the new academy.
1) The claimant generally bears the legal burden of proof to demonstrate on the balance of probability that the defendant's wrongful conduct was a cause of its damage in order to recover substantial damages.
However the relatives' barrister, Anthony O'Toole, said: "We would invite you to say that, on the balance of probability, there was an unlawful killing in this case.

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