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Asked in Criminal Law, US Constitution, US Government
How many witnesses are necessary to convict someone of treason?
According to the United States Constitution two witness are needed to convict someone of treason. In some cases people are convicted of treason by evidence only. ...
What is the minimum proof needed in cases of treason?
It is actually quite difficult to convict a person of treason. The courts need at least two eye witnesses to the act or the defendant has to make a full confession. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
What is your basic evidence needed to convict someone of sexual assualt?
The BASIC evidence needed is the testimony of the victim. After that supporting evidence may amount to witnesses statements, DNA evidence, items left at or collected from the scene of the offense, etc, etc. ...
Asked in US Constitution
How is treason proved Who determines the punishment?
Congress determines the punishment for those that have committed treason. All that is needed for proof of treason is two witnesses that saw the accused commit that which they are being tried for. There may be more information in the constitution on this matter under Article 3 Section 3. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, US Constitution, Homicide
What evidence is needed to convict someone for burglary of habitation?
Sufficient probable cause and evidence to place the defendant inside the location which was burglarized. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Texas Law
Evidence needed to convict of Aggravated Robbery in Texas?
Anything that can legally be admitted that would convince a juror that someone has committed a crime. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution, US Congress
How many United state senators are needed to convict a government official in an impeachment trial?
Sixty Seven senators are needed to convict a government official in an impeachment trial. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Criminal Law
What proof is needed to charge someone with theft?
The word proof contained in the question is used incorrectly. Only sufficient EVIDENCE is needed to charge someone with theft (i.e.: probable cause to believe that the arrestee committed the crime). PROOF beyond a reasonable doubt is what is needed to convict the defendant in court. ...
How many votes does it take for the senate to convict the president for impeachment?
2/3 of the votes are needed to convict the president for impeachment.
Asked in Estates
How many witnesses are needed for a codicil to a legal will in Ontario?
You need two witnesses for a will or codicil to a will. However, if the will or codicil is entirely handwritten (holographic will/codicil), no witnesses are needed. Holographic wills are valid in Ontario, Alberta, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution, US Government
How many votes are needed to convict someone who has been impeached?
2/3 of the Senate must vote in favor of conviction in order to remove the president from office. These means 67 senators if all vote. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
What is your basic evidence needed to convict someone?
Evidence/proof beyond a 'reasonable' doubt that the person charged actually committed the offense. Notice that the burden is not beyond ALL doubt, only beyond REASONABLE doubt. ...
Asked in Literature Classics, Charles Dickens
Where and how does Pip first encounter a convict Why does Pip help him?
Pip first encounters the convict when he is visiting the churchyard at his parents grave. The convict had escaped from the prison ship and needed food. He saw pip and threatened to cut his heart and liver out, so pip followed his orders and stole a pie from the pantry, and a file from joe's shop and gave them to the convict the next morning. ...