The clear and convincing evidence standard “implies something more than . . . a preponderance, or greater weight, of the evidence; and something less than proof beyond a reasonable doubt.” Essential Botanical Farms, LC v. Kay, 2011 UT 71, ¶ 24, 270 P.3d 430 (quotation simplified). State v. Randy Steven Cordova, 2023 UT App 99 ¶7.
Utah criminal law uses the Clear and Convincing evidence standard in no-bail determinations. Otherwise Utah criminal law uses “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” to convict some.