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Burden of Proof

To start with, proof gets defined around “evidence that convinces.” The burden of proof refers to whomever owns the onus. Onus, in turn, in this case, names the parties responsible for providing that evidence. 652 more words


Rick Perry's Indictment In The Hands Of Texas' Top Criminal Court

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AUSTIN (AP) — The felony case against former Texas Governor Rick Perry is now in the hands of the state’s highest criminal court. 124 more words


Just for Today Time Stood Still

Today your family accompanies you to court. Your partner of less than a year and your three-month baby daughter.  This is your third family. The children from the other relationships, six of them, are wards of the state. 491 more words

NaBloPoMo November 2015

Robert Durst rearraignment date may signal planned guilty plea in Louisiana court

Eccentric real estate heir and suspected killer Robert Durst has been scheduled for a “rearraignment” next month in federal court in New Orleans.

That may indicate he has agreed to plead guilty to a weapons charge that has kept him in Louisiana, according to the… 133 more words

Robert Durst

What should I wear to court?

Honestly, this shouldn’t be the topic of a blog post. It should go without saying that anyone appearing in court should know to dress professionally. But the past few weeks of court makes me think, “yep, some people really need to be told how to dress.” 331 more words


Motion to recuse Judge Blackett delays criminal court cases

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Some Shelby County criminal cases were at a standstill Friday, after the District Attorney General’s Office asked a judge be pulled from her cases. 303 more words