Monday, June 25, 2018
Innocent until proven guilty farce in Australia
Keeping this post as short and simple as possible;
Owner onus (e,g, in driving offences) is unlawfully applied.
Absolute liability and strict liability are enforced in the courts, where:
- Absolute liability is that you are guilty and a penalty is enforced.
- Strict liability is that you are guilty and you must prove otherwise.
and here's how it's done in the U.S.: