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The burden of proof is different in the civil suits, Houlé explained.
Criminal law and civil law feature different burdens of proof.
The green card process is long and drawn out, and the burden of proof is on the couple.
The first measure set stricter standards for expert testimony and burdens of proof, helping to shield paint-makers from liability.
Genece Brinkley, the judge who the 31-year-old rapper recently requested be removed from the case, cited Mill failed to meet his burden of proof in the opinion published Monday night.
Common Pleas Court Judge Genece Brinkley wrote in a 47-page opinion filed late Monday that Mill did not meet his burden of proof in seeking to cast doubt on the evidence used to secure his arrest in 2007 and subsequent conviction.
Solutions being suggested by industry stakeholders and lobby groups run from an outright ban on ESAs in airline cabins to a greater burden of proof on people claiming a legitimate need for their dogs.
The depositions of the Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll and John Schneider, as well as the relatively low burden of proof, suggest that Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against the NFL is making progress.
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burden of proof
legal Definition of burden of proof
- the burden of proof is sometimes upon the defendant to show his incompetency
- —W. R. LaFave and A. W. Scott, Jr.
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