factual impossibility

Definition of "factual impossibility"
  1. A condition where it's impossible to commit a crime due to the reality of the situation or the existing facts
How to use "factual impossibility" in a sentence
  1. The defense argued the case on the grounds of factual impossibility, stating it was impossible for the accused to commit the crime.
  2. In understanding the charges, the judge considered whether there was a situation of factual impossibility.
  3. As per the evidence, there may be a basis for a factual impossibility defense in this case.

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