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What does BRD stand for?

BRD stands for Beyond Reasonable Doubt

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Whereas the prosecution in Terry's trial had to prove his guilt beyond reasonable doubt, the FA disciplinary commission can reach verdicts purely on the balance of probabilities, a much lower burden of proof.
The coroner said the incident was captured on CCTV and that Mr Muchero had stepped "without hesitation" in front of the locomotive and went on: "It is clear therefore, to my mind, I am satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that he did what he intended to do.
From the evidence that we have as to the circumstances of his death, in particular the aspect of haemorrhage, we do not believe that there was sufficient evidence to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he killed himself.
The prosecution has failed to discharge its burden of showing proof beyond reasonable doubt that the crime of rebellion was committed by the accused and that they are guilty thereof," the Manila regional trial court judge, Winlove Dumayas, wrote in his ruling.
For those who think it is possible for a theory to be confirmed, Douglass' book may do for them what it did for me, settle the matter beyond reasonable doubt.