probable cause is not enough for a jury to convict; guilt must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
But it's probable that the void left by Chernin's departure will make for interesting times at Fox for some time to come.
In the document, police investigator Christopher Serino lays out what he believed is the probable cause to arrest Zimmerman.
Two of them gave a description that closely matched Wilson, according to the probable cause affidavit.
Besides, the atomic topic of the day centered on the Cold War and our possible, if not probable, annihilation by Soviet nukes.
What possible, probable story can man invent to cover a case so cruel as this?
It is, therefore, probable that the word 'Creator' or 'God' is to be supplied.
That he had the usual number of parents is at least probable.
Religion consists of the things of which we are sure, and not of the things which are probable.
Is it probable that Moses knew about these things three thousand years ago?
late 14c., from Old French probable "provable, demonstrable" (14c.), from Latin probabilis "worthy of approval, pleasing, agreeable, acceptable; provable, that may be assumed to be believed, credible," from probare "to try, to test" (see prove). Probable cause as a legal term is attested from 1670s.