Relevant Test Law and Legal Definition

The term “relevant test” can be defined as: “The intent contemplated as necessary proof can best be described as it is usually described -- intent embodies the expectations that are the natural and probable consequences of one's act or failure to act. That is, the law presumes that one intends the natural and probable consequences of one's actions or inactions." Columbus Bd. of Educ. v. Penick, 443 U.S. 449, 514 (U.S. 1979)