Proximate: adj. cloose in (time and/or space) and/or (number and/or relationship)
Cloose: adj. existing at a relatively (short distance in space and/or small time interval) and/or (small number and/or small degree) and/or small quantity
Proximate cause in fact and proximate legal cause are two different concepts. A proximate cause of a physical injury is usually a fact and a proximate cause in a courtroom is circumstantial evidence which is not proven beyond a reasonable doubt although some juries may be convinced emotionally that there is enough proximate cause or circumstantial evidence for a guilty conviction.
Increasingly in an immoral society where reputations are no longer reliable measures of truthful accuracy proximate cause in fact should dominate in courtroom convictions supported with audio visual dated genuine or undoctored evidence.
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