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burden of proof
used in Nineteen Minutes

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Definition
the duty of proving an argument to be true — especially in court
  • She sat in the Executive Council office in the State House, fielding questions that ranged from What was the last book you read? to Who has the burden of proof in abuse and neglect cases?
    Part 1 (24% in)
  • He had already proven that Arliss had taken the bale of hay and spread it over the lawn-the burden of proof fulfilled.
    Part 1 (60% in)

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