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Washburn Law Journal Blog Posts From 2018

Photograph: Judge Daniel Coble. Permissible Inference or Impermissible Burden Shift: How the Supreme Court Could Decide State v. Glover by Judge Daniel Coble | March 18, 2019
In Unreasonable Suspicion: Kansas’s Adoption of the Owner-as-Driver Rule, Benjamin Donovan gives a spot-on analysis of the Kansas Court of Appeal’s ruling in State v. Glover. Donovan makes an articulate and convincing examination of the issue he sees most glaring in this case: reasonable suspicion (or the lack thereof). However, I believe that this case hinges on something more important: burden shifting. And if the Supreme Court is to grant the state’s petition for certiorari, it will do so to address this fundamental issue.

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