Praesumitur Pro Reo

Praesumitur Pro Reo – this phrase comes from Latin. It is used in Court Trials to detail that there is presumption made in favor of the defendant, nor the claimant. For example, the presumption in the Criminal Law, that the convicted is considered innocent until a charge by court has entered in force, is an example of praesumitur pro reo.

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