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Principle: One Who Asserts Must Prove. Facts: A Desires a Court to Give Judgment that B, C, and D Shall Be Punished for a Crime Which a Says B, C, and D Have Committed. - Legal Reasoning

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Principle: One who asserts must prove.

Facts:  A desires a Court to give judgment that B, C, and D shall be punished for a crime which A says B, C, and D have committed. 

Options

  • A must prove that B, C, and D were present at the place of crime 

  • A must prove that B, C, and D have committed the crime 

  • B, C, and D must prove that they have not committed the crime 

  • Police must prove that B, C, and D have committed the crime

Solution

A must prove that B, C, and D have committed the crime 

Explanation:

A must prove that B, C, and D have committed the crime. This is based on the principle “one who asserts must prove”. In this case A desires (which is nearly the same as A asserts) a Court to give judgment that B, C, and D shall be punished for a crime they have committed.   

Concept: Law of Torts (Entrance Exams)
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