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show good cause

To demonstrate reasonable cause, motive, or purpose (for something). The judge ruled that federal prosecutors showed good cause for targeting the senator's personal finances in their investigation.
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show good ˈcause (for something/for doing something)

(law) give a good reason for something: Can you show good cause for your accusation?She could show no good cause for being in the office at midnight.
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As applied here, the Garner doctrine permits stockholders of a corporation to "invade the corporation's attorney-client privilege in order to prove fiduciary breaches by those in control of the corporation upon showing good cause.
The only Judicial Review that can be mounted after the first 13 weeks have gone by is by making a special application to the judge and showing good cause why you couldn't make your Judicial Review application within the normal 13-week window.
placed the full burden of showing good cause on the party requesting
seeking a protective order bears the burden of showing good cause for
Unless waived or modified by the court on motion of the respondent showing good cause, an order or opinion imposing a suspension of 90 days or less shall include a provision that prohibits the respondent from accepting new business from the date of the order or opinion until the end of the term of the suspension and shall provide that the suspension is effective 30 days from the date of the order or opinion so that the respondent may close out the practice of law and protect the interests of existing clients.
Unless waived or modified by the court on motion of the respondent showing good cause, an order or opinion imposing a suspension of more than 90 days shall include a provision that prohibits the respondent from accepting new business from the date of the order or opinion until further order of the court and shall provide that the suspension is effective 30 days from the date of the order or opinion so that the respondent may close out the practice of law and protect the interests of existing clients.
Breyer's third point addressed complaints raised by several amici, including ATLA, that defendants have abused Daubert by demanding full-blown Daubert hearings, delaying the trial and imposing considerable expense on plaintiffs, without showing good cause to doubt the reliability of proposed witnesses.
9(d), adds language within subdivisions (e) and (f)--re suspension and disbarment--to clarify that such disciplinary actions shall include, unless waived or modified by the court on motion of the respondent showing good cause, a prohibition on the lawyer accepting new business from the date of the order of discipline, effective 30 days thereafter and until such term of discipline has expired.
The Assembly has passed a welfare-reform package to deny benefits to those who refuse to work without showing good cause, eliminate single parenthood as the sole reason for receiving benefits and keep illegal aliens from getting cash benefits.