Positively certain that there is no error. Since reasons for human behavior pause number of reasons it is seldom reached in human behaviour. Circumstantial evidence should so cogent and compelling as to leave no ground for reasonable doubt but to lead to rational hypothesis. In absolute certainty, the person is convinced that there can be no possibility of error. A judge need not have reached absolute certainty in his decision-making, but only moral certainty. In moral certainty, there can be a possibility of error but there is no probability of error (see “moral certainty”).