These questions about the role of community consensus might speak to the burden of proof
by generating reasons for preferring one context over another.
Conversely, if the individual's interest in the outcome is high, a more demanding burden of proof
The foregoing transfers were set aside because the fiduciary failed to meet his burden of proof
necessary to uphold the transfers.
The burden of proof
doesn't shift during the audit.
First, you still have the burden of proof
with respect to any issues of law.
Rather, the bigger issue is with whom does the burden of proof
Another court applying only the technically correct burden of proof
would have to allow the alleged molester unsupervised access to the child.
The bill's supporters beat back another measure that would echo the Senate fix, and put the burden of proof
on the DRA.
In addition to providing for the amnesty, the bill creates penalties that will be applied to all tax-payers and changes the burden of proof
I believe the uniquely libertarian position is that those who claim harm have the burden of proof
He urged the government to reverse a ban on taking action against gang members in the civil courts, where the burden of proof
is not so great.
The court held for the taxpayers, stating that the IRS (which, according to the parties' stipulations, had the burden of proof
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forges new frontiers in blending the latest physics with wisdom analysis for further enlightenment.
The bill created new penalties that could be applied to all taxpayers and changed the burden of proof
from "knew" to "should have known," which is an impossibly high standard and does not conform to federal law.
The burden of proof
at a preliminary examination is very low, and the vast majority -- 99 out of 100 preliminary hearings -- get held to answer.