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Do the charges have to be proven true beyond a reasonable doubt in a Florida juvenile case?

Yes. The burden of proof in a juvenile case that goes to trial is beyond a reasonable doubt. So while there are many differences between the juvenile system and the adult system, most of the law that applies is the same including the burden of proof.

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