That would be great, but hopefully it won't devolve into what we just saw on the KFC Tour qualifier a few days ago.
Just to be safe, prohibit their respective fathers from caddying that day.
This is worth noting: the event isn't the "Men's Open," it's the "Open." You don't have to be a man to attempt to qualify. This isn't meant to disparage anyone who has attempted to qualify, but rather is to point out that it is open to all.
Yes, for criminal cases. The only exception in criminal cases would be where the defendant is trying to prove an affirmative defense to a charge—then, the defendant has the burden to prove that defense. But note that the prosecution still bears the burden of proof for charge.