Shifting the burden of proof
this way on the CICL and lumping them with ordinary criminals would violate a core principle of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child, which is devotion to the best interests of the child.
'Shifting the burden of proof
on an accused requires fulfillment of four ingredients,' Haris said, adding, 'The trial court judge was aware of the ingredients but whether he followed it or not is the question.'
Secondly, shifting the burden of proof
from prosecution to defendant is in conflict with the tradition of the Holy Prophet, it added.
The Michigan Environmental Council, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Sierra Club claimed the Commission made four legal errors: improperly shifting the burden of proof
to case intervenors, improperly limiting the timeframe for the Commissions analysis of the application, incorrect findings that DTEs analysis of other resource options was reasonable, and improperly relying on materials outside the record.
(56) The Fourth Circuit affirmed the district court's decision to adopt the trust law principle of shifting the burden of proof
for three reasons.
Deputy Speaker Giorgidi Aggabao, president of the Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) said Carpio's line suffers from serious defect for shifting the burden of proof
to Poe, who is the defendant in the disqualification case.
She also commented that advances in technology provide debtors with that same, greater availability of information, in defense of shifting the burden of proof
First, shifting the burden of proof
with regard to fair use will result
Preserving the presumptions in favor of the state when it seeks to override the statutory apportionment schemes and shifting the burden of proof
to the taxpayer will continue to give state tax authorities an unfair advantage and place an undue burden on multistate businesses whether they are seeking an alternative apportionment method, or defending against a method forced upon them by the state.
Latif had to be treated as reliable and accurate, like official tax receipts, unless there was "clear evidence to the contrary" -- shifting the burden of proof
to the detainee.
(40) The court then explained that proper instructions could avoid improperly shifting the burden of proof
to the accused.
right to due process by unconstitutionally shifting the burden of proof