What is "Preponderance of Evidence?" New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Oginski Explains
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In a criminal case, the prosecutor is required to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. however, in a medical malpractice or accident case here in New York, we are not required to prove our case beyond a reasonable doubt. Instead, we only must show that we are more likely right than wrong and what we are saying is correct. This is known as the preponderance of credible evidence. Watch the video to learn more.
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