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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Probable cause (0.01098 detik)
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Definition: probable cause
n : (law) evidence sufficient to warrant an arrest or search and
seizure; “a magistrate determined that there was probable
cause to search the house”
English → English
Definition: Probable cause
, a. [L. probabilis, fr. probare to try,
approve, prove: cf. F. probable. See Prove
, and cf.
1. Capable of being proved. [Obs.]
2. Having more evidence for than against; supported by
evidence which inclines the mind to believe, but leaves
some room for doubt; likely.
That is accounted probable which has better
arguments producible for it than can be brought
against it. --South.
I do not say that the principles of religion are
merely probable; I have before asserted them to be
morally certain. --Bp. Wilkins.
3. Rendering probable; supporting, or giving ground for,
belief, but not demonstrating; as, probable evidence;
probable presumption. --Blackstone.
(Law), a reasonable ground of presumption
that a charge is, or my be, well founded.
(of an observation, or of the mean of a
number), that within which, taken positively and
negatively, there is an even chance that the real error
shall lie. Thus, if 3[sec] is the probable error in a
given case, the chances that the real error is greater
than 3[sec] are equal to the chances that it is less. The
probable error is computed from the observations made, and
is used to express their degree of accuracy.
, that which is within the bounds of
probability; that which is not unnatural or preternatural;
-- opposed to the marvelous.