The requirement that a party convince a government authority or a court why some decision should not be made against them. For example, to get bail, an accused person might have to show a court why they should not be held in prison. A defendant who has to show cause has a reversed burden of proof (i.e. it is the defendant, not the prosecution, that has to prove something).
FLS joins calls for a Supervised Injecting Service in the CBD
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