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Georgia Code Title 24. Evidence § 24-14-3

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Moral and reasonable certainty is all that can be expected in legal investigation.  Except as provided in Code Section 51-1-29.5 or Code Section 51-12-5.1, in all civil proceedings, a preponderance of evidence shall be considered sufficient to produce mental conviction.  In criminal proceedings, a greater strength of mental conviction shall be held necessary to justify a verdict of guilty.

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