question of fact

Definition of "question of fact"
  1. A matter needing investigation during a legal proceeding, generally determined by a jury, such as whether a defendant was at the crime scene
How to use "question of fact" in a sentence
  1. During the trial, the matter of the defendant's location during the crime became a question of fact.
  2. The question of fact in the case was whether the accused had any involvement in the crime.
  3. The jury's task was to decide upon the question of fact as to whether the property was damaged by the tenant.

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