Looking at Peer Document Titles and Anchor Text when Collecting Facts about an Entity

by Bill Slawski
During a civil or criminal legal case, the prosecuting side needs to present evidence to a judge or a jury. Each individual piece of evidence doesn’t have to prove the innocence or guilt of the party being tried by itself, but the combination of that evidence has to meet a certain standard. For a criminal case, the standard is beyond a reasonable doubt.Read the full article