I also consider the statutory factors as well as all the facts and circumstances in the case.
But Republicans, perhaps due to their bigger field of candidates, appear to be more liberal with the facts.
Many of his boldly stated “facts” are, at best, questionable.
But of course, the things I cited in the above graf are "facts," and conservatives kind of have a problem with those.
Here are the facts—with important exceptions in every category.
In this world for him there were only three facts—God, his own soul, and the soul to whom he spoke.
But Lady Hunter did not know the facts about the church-door, on which the inquiry was based.
He wished to confine himself to facts, however, which not all journalists do.
We must leave the answer to these questions to the facts that follow.
But perhaps I've said too much; the facts are for his own ear solely.
1530s, "action," especially "evil deed," from Latin factum "event, occurrence," literally "thing done," neuter past participle of facere "to do" (see factitious). Usual modern sense of "thing known to be true" appeared 1630s, from notion of "something that has actually occurred." Facts of life "harsh realities" is from 1854; specific sense of "human sexual functions" first recorded 1913.