benefit of doubt

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He also pointed that the technology used in the DRS was inconclusive to dismiss Dravid and the rule book states that the benefit of doubt goes to the batsman.
Because it was so close, the panel felt there was sufficient doubt to give the benefit of doubt to the winner.
Ten years ago he would have been given benefit of doubt because cameras at every hole are a new concept.
However, the learned court acquitted the second accused of the case Mohammad Asif by giving him benefit of doubt.
CONGRESS leader Sajjan Kumar deserved benefit of doubt as there were contradictions in the statement of key prosecution witnesses who deposed against him, held a Delhi court which acquitted the leader of all charges in a 1984 anti- Sikh riots case on Tuesday.
The court, however, acquitted former DGP K P Vijayan, who was also an accused in the case, giving him the benefit of doubt.
But here we have an opportunity to get a decent price about a horse who could prove a class above his rivals and for that reason he is worth the benefit of doubt.
Let us give him the benefit of doubt and guess this was an unfortunate turn of phrase rather than an accurate reflection of events.
However,the ATC Judge Ishtiaq Ahmad acquitted the accused on the benefit of doubt and ordered the City Police Officer (CPO) to conduct department inquiry against the Station House Officer (SHO) Sargodha Road Ahmad Muneel Shah for not saving the CDR (call detail
Speaking on the Seedhi Bt programme on j Tak, Singh shockingly ended up giving China the benefit of doubt and explained that India's claim on the territory was " a matter of perception".
After completing his arguments in support of his client, Ahsan told the media in the courtyard of the apex court that in criminal proceeding "every benefit of doubt goes to the accused.
e was reinstated after the NRO's promulgation in 2008 and after getting the benefit of doubt.

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