Latin Legal Terms

Ei incumbit probatio dui dicit

Ei incumbit probatio dui dicit – in practice, this Latin maxim is used in the area of Criminal Law. There it details the legal principle stating no one is guilty, but always considered as innocent until their guilt has been proved with a binding decision by the Criminal court.

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