onus probandi[ oh-noo s proh-bahn-dee; English oh-nuh s proh-ban-dahy, -dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF onus probandi
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"The onus probandi lies with you, Mr. Solicitor," said the Serjeant.
"The onus probandi would lie with them," said Mr. Prendergast.
But when we look for a proof of this daring assertion, we are told that the onus probandi rests upon us.
The onus probandi is with those who assail a teaching which is, and has long been, in possession.
A lady never knows on which side the onus probandi—the burden of proving—lies!
The onus probandi lies with the author who presumes an arsis (accent in the English sense) on a non-radical syllable.
In cases of revenue proceedings, the law harshly provides that the onus probandi is to be on the claimant, however injured.
Where two nations are already settled in a country, the onus probandi rests with the party that seeks to exclude the other.
Now I say they were honestly come by, and the onus probandi must rest upon the other party.
The onus probandi, however, lays with the gentleman himself.