Comment: In a criminal case...

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In a criminal case...

The burden of proof is with the plaintiff, because he is attempting to take away someones freedom.

In a civil case the burden proof is on both parties equally.

Clearly in an instance of advocating government, you are taking away someones freedom, therefore the burden of proof is on that party.

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