Legal Advice for Burden of Proof: Civil — 21 results
Written by attorney Gerald Oginski, over 1 year ago.
I am positive that after you watch a TV show or movie about a criminal trial you will know exactly what the prosecutor has to prove in order to have a criminal found guilty.
In a criminal... more
Written by attorney Alfonso Gambone, 5 months ago.
The trial of Oscar Pistorius moves into its third week in Pretoria, South Africa and the case continues to receive international headlines because of his former Olympian’s notoriety.... more
Written by attorney Matthew Wallin, about 5 years ago.
The state (aka, "prosecution" or "district attorney") must satisfy the burden of proof necessary for a criminal prosecution. It is important to distinguish the three burdens of proof in... more
Written by attorney Donald Banovitz, 21 days ago.
The burden of proof in civil cases like personal injury cases lies on the person filing the case. This means that the plaintiff has the burden of proof to prove that the defendant was... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, over 2 years ago.
Case Killer: How to Defeat a Motion for Summary Judgment
Nothing can blow your case out of the water like a motion for summary judgment. You got served... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Joseph, almost 3 years ago.
1) Burden of Proof: What Can ICE Use to Prove the Conviction?
a) For most crimes,the immigration judge will employ the Categorical Analysis to determine if the crime triggers... more
Written by attorney Jason W. Swindle, over 3 years ago.
The Burden of Proof
Fortunately, we as Americans enjoy numerous liberty protections guaranteed by the Constitution that most people across the spectrum of human history have never known.... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Rasansky, over 4 years ago.
Duty owed When a doctor or hospital treats a patient, a legal duty is created. This duty starts as soon as the doctor begins to provide any service to the patient, which includes medical... more
Written by attorney Christopher Zachar, almost 2 years ago.
Simply being injured while on another persons property does not make that person or property owner liable for your injuries (seeArizona Slip and Fall Lawyer: Even Trespassers Have a Right... more
Written by attorney John M McKindles, over 3 years ago.
As I write this article, I am in the midst of prosecuting a multi-count civil claim, on behalf of three plaintiffs against several defendants, under a variety of contract breach and fraud... more
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