Prima facie evidence

Prima facie evidence,

Definition of Prima facie evidence:

  1. Evidence that (1) establishes a fact but is not a conclusive evidence of its existence, or (2) supports a judgment until contradictory evidence is produced in its rebuttal. Also called presumptive evidence. See also prima facie case.

How to use Prima facie evidence in a sentence?

  1. An example of prima facie evidence in a case about whether a test was discriminatory would be evidence that minorities all performed significantly worse on the test than whites.
  2. You will need to have more than prima facie evidence if you ever want to try and bring charges upon someoene.
  3. I told him not to worry because all they had done so far was present prima facie evidence , which was not a big concern.

Meaning of Prima facie evidence & Prima facie evidence Definition