Definition of conclusively presumed
conclusively presumed (comparative more conclusively presumed, superlative most conclusively presumed)
- (law) Presumed by law to be true, and therefore providing no opportunity for evidence to the contrary to be presented.
1906, Richard Henslowe Wellington, The King's Coroner, p. 61:
* A child under seven years of age is conclusively presumed to be incapable of either murder or manslaughter (presumptio juris et de jure), no evidence of capacity being admissible.
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