clear and convincing

Definition of "clear and convincing"
  1. The term refers to a standard of proof in some civil cases where the party responsible for providing evidence must show that the propositions they make are more likely to be true than not
How to use "clear and convincing" in a sentence
  1. In order to win the case, the attorney needed to present a clear and convincing argument about the company's breach of contract.
  2. The plaintiff had a hard time showing a clear and convincing demonstration of the defendant's negligence in the court.
  3. The judge insisted on a clear and convincing evidence to support the claims made by the party in the litigation.

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