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28 Feb 2016, 12:14 pm by Donald Thompson
 Under these circumstances, for a conviction to stand, it must be “clear that the presumption is not the sole and sufficient basis for a finding of guilt” (Ulster County v Allen, 442 US at 165). [read post]
28 Feb 2016, 12:14 pm by New York Criminal Defense
 Under these circumstances, for a conviction to stand, it must be “clear that the presumption is not the sole and sufficient basis for a finding of guilt” (Ulster County v Allen, 442 US at 165). [read post]
7 Feb 2016, 11:37 am by Donald Thompson
 The Court, reasoning that there was no “rational connection” between the discovery of the gun in the trunk and Wilt’s presumed possession, reversed his conviction and dismissed the indictment.Along these lines recall that, going all the way back to the landmark presumptions case of Ulster County v Allen, 442 US 140 [1979], the Supreme Court held that resort to a presumption is improper where there is no rational way under… [read post]
7 Feb 2016, 11:37 am by New York Criminal Defense
 The Court, reasoning that there was no “rational connection” between the discovery of the gun in the trunk and Wilt’s presumed possession, reversed his conviction and dismissed the indictment.Along these lines recall that, going all the way back to the landmark presumptions case of Ulster County v Allen, 442 US 140 [1979], the Supreme Court held that resort to a presumption is improper where there is no rational way under… [read post]