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Prima facie: Quiz

  

Question 1: For example, in a trial under ________ the prosecution has the burden of presenting prima facie evidence of each element of the crime charged against the defendant.
DuressFraudTortCriminal law

Question 2: In a ________ case, this would include evidence that the victim was in fact dead, that the defendant's act caused the death, and evidence that the defendant acted with malice aforethought.
TheftManslaughterMurderExtortion

Question 3: Among its most notable uses is in the theory of ethics first proposed by W. D. Ross, often called the Ethic of Prima Facie Duties, as well as in ________, as used, e.g.
EpistemologyDeterminismEmpiricismPositivism

Question 4:
The phrase is very commonly used in academic ________, in exactly the same sense as by lawyers.
AristotlePhilosophyPolitical philosophyDavid Hume

Question 5: A prima facie case might not stand or fall on its own; if an opposing party introduces other evidence or asserts an affirmative defense it can only be reconciled with a full ________.
Jury trialCourtAppealTrial (law)

Question 6: The literal translation would be "at first face", prima first, facie face, both in the ________.
Genitive caseAbessive caseAblative caseComitative case

Question 7: In ________ jurisdictions, prima facie denotes evidence which — unless rebutted — would be sufficient to prove a particular proposition or fact.
Reception statuteCommon lawCivil law (legal system)Sharia

Question 8: The phrase prima facie is sometimes misspelled prima facia in the mistaken belief that facia is the actual Latin word; however, the word is in fact faciēs (fifth declension), of which faciē is the ________.
Ablative caseComitative caseGenitive caseAbessive case
















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