доказ, докази; доведення; підтвердження; доведеність; судове слідство; шотл. судовий розгляд без участі (суду) присяжних засідателів, розгляд справи суддею замість суду присяжних; коректура

proof beyond any reasonable doubt — = proof beyond reasonable doubt

proof by circumstantial evidence — = proof by indirect evidence доведення непрямими доказами; доведеність непрямими доказами

proof of trademark infringement — доказ порушення товарного знаку

proof on a preponderance of probabilities — доведеність наявністю більшої ймовірності (критерій доведеності в цивільному процесі)

proof that will stand up in court — докази, що ніхто не зможе спростувати у суді

- proof and hearing
- proof beyond reasonable doubt
- proof by affidavit
- proof by indirect evidence
- proof by confession
- proof by confession evidence
- proof by direct evidence
- proof by notoriety
- proof by presumption
- proof by testimony
- proof by testimony evidence
- proof from the contrary
- proof of admission
- proof of age
- proof of attestation
- proof of authenticity
- proof of birth
- proof of confession
- proof of consistency
- proof of evidence
- proof of fact
- proof of genuineness
- proof of handwriting
- proof of illegal activities
- proof of novelty
- proof of official record
- proof of ownership
- proof of payment
- proof of priority
- proof of record
- proof of special damage
- proof of witness
- proof presentation
- proof-proof
- proof to the contrary

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