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Inner conviction is defined as a conclusion based on evidence which is “drawn from collected evidence when significant facts are examined, versions are introduced and analyzed and each piece of evidence separately and cumulative evidence are assessed”Judgement of the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania of 24 July 2009 in the administrative case No. N-662-1798/2009

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