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Book in the Jeremy Locke Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780373630424.
lt;< Previous bookNext book . Burden of Proof. 1980) (The first book in the Jeremy Locke series) A novel by Mary Challis (Sara Woods). Used availability for Sara Woods's Burden of Proof.
Mary Challis is a pseudonym of Lana Hutton Bowen-Judd. She was a British mystery writer, better known under her pseudonym Sara Woods, but using also the pen names of Anne Burton, Mary Challis, and Margaret Leek. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Burden of Proof. The ghost of an idea.
writing as Sara Woods, featuring Antony Maitland, barrister. Nor Live So Long (1986). Naked Villainy (1987). Burden of Proof (1980). The Ghost of an Idea (1981). Bloody Instructions (1961). Malice Domestic (1962). Error of the Moon (1963). The Taste of Fears (also published as The Third Encounter) (1963). The Little Measure (1964). writing as Mary Challis, featuring Jeremy Locke. A Very Good Hater (1981). writing as Anne Burton, featuring Richard Trenton. The Dear Departed (1980). Where There's a Will (1980).
The burden of proof (Latin: onus probandi, shortened from Onus probandi incumbit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat) is the obligation on a party in a dispute to provide sufficient warrant for their position. When two parties are in a discussion and one makes a claim that the other disputes, the one who makes the claim typically has a burden of proof to justify or substantiate that claim especially when it challenges a perceived status quo. This is also stated in Hitchens's razor.
This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental.
But not all perils come from the cold of deep space-some come from within. This is a work of fiction. First printing, February 2004.
Booking made on the fourteenth. That would be last Wednesday. Thomas: Oh? Agatha: That's why in the end we just have to trust the courts - onus of proof, reasonable doubt. Thomas: That's the heart of it, knowing for certain. I don't believe Mrs. Hodges did it.