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What does BRD stand for?

BRD stands for Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (legal)

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While at best I may have suspicions about what was discussed between these two men, I cannot conclude beyond a reasonable doubt that the Crown has proved this charge," the judge said in court.
I think they have proven their case beyond a reasonable doubt," says Philipp Gerhardt, a microbiologist from Michigan State University in East Lansing who studies bacterial spores.
Justice Scalia, writing for the Court, noted that both the Fifth Amendment right to be convicted only on proof beyond a reasonable doubt and the Sixth Amendment right to jury trial were at stake, and that the harmless error analysis applied by the Louisiana Supreme Court deprived Sullivan of his jury trial right.
North Hollywood Prosecution/persecution All those who think Michael Jackson got away with criminal behavior because in their imagination he was guilty should move to Russia where you don't need proof beyond a reasonable doubt to convict someone.
Because the Government did not dispute that it induced the defendant to order the pornography, the sole issue before the Court in Jacobson was whether the Government had proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant was predisposed to order the illegal pornography before the Government intervened.