I was researching court and the legal system for my crime story, and I read that a probable cause hearing is, a hearing to determine if there is enough probable cause to go to trial. But I was wondering, why is it that probable cause is enough to go to trial? In trial, you have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, not that the defendant probably did it. So wouldn't a prosecutor need a lot more evidence than just probable cause only? But if I what I am reading is right, and probable cause is enough, how is it enough for trial really, when you need to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, or how does that work exactly? Thank you to anyone who has any legal input on this. I really appreciate it.