Definition: a legal term used to refer to evidence that is good and sufficient on its face to establish a given fact or prove a case; at first view
Pronunciation: \ˌprī-mə-ˈfā-shə\ \ˈe-və-dən(t)s\
Used in a Sentence: Unless it is contradicted, prima facie evidence proves a case.
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