presumption of law

Definition of "presumption of law"
  1. An assumption made under legal rules, like the assumed innocence of someone accused of a crime, regardless of the factual situation
How to use "presumption of law" in a sentence
  1. In the court, the presumption of law ensures that every person is assumed innocent until proven guilty.
  2. In legal matters, the presumption of law often guides the decisions of a judge or jury.
  3. The presumption of law is beneficial for defendants as it provides them the right to be considered innocent unless proven otherwise.

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