What Does Guilt “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” Mean?

The principle of “innocent until proven guilty” is a fundamental cornerstone of our justice system. It means if you have been charged with a crime, you are presumed innocent unless the prosecution is able to prove your guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt.” The state must convince the jury “to a moral certainty” that you are guilty in order to convict. Our criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids can help you navigate your case.

Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Grand Rapids

For more information on your defense, call a criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids from Miel & Carr at 616.773.2945.