Beyond a reasonable doubt about WHAT????
About having committed the crime to which they were charged? Yes.
But what was it they could not find to be doubtful? That would as the only alternative be referred to as being beyond reasonable doubt? What is being evaluated for reasonability? The defendant's clothes? The Prosecutor's tie? The decor of the courtroom?
What is it the call all of that stuff a jury has to evaluate to determine if it is unreasonable or beyond reasonable doubt.
What do they call the information?
Can you think of the answer?
People are convicted due to evidence that is determined to be beyond reasonable doubt. It is the evidence that a person is found guilty upon. Beyond Reasonable Doubt is the standard of insuring the evidence is accepted as being true. It has not been refuted sufficiently to create reasonable doubt.
You do not even understand the rules of the game.