In habeas corpus proceedings, if the power to detain depends upon the precedent establishment of an objective fact, the judge will decide whether the fact exists1. The burden of proof rests on the applicant to show that there is a prima facie case that the detention is unlawful, and the burden then passes to the restraining body or person to show that the restraint is lawful
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