FACIE


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FACIEFederal Advisory Committee on International Exhibitions (US Department of State)
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If the prosecution fails to establish a prima facie case, the High Court can therefore acquit and discharge Najib without the need to call for defence.
In his view, a prima facie case has been made by the prosecution in respect of all the charges against Baffoe-Bonnie, William, Alhaji Salifu, and George, sufficient enough for him to call on them to open their defence.
He said that the source of funds accepted by the FBR was exceeding the assets so the offense of possessing assets beyond means was not even prima facie established.
Minnesota Statutes 518.18(d)(iv) applies the endangerment standard to modifications of a prior custody order and requires a court to retain the custody arrangement that was established by the prior order unless the party seeking the modification makes a prima facie case for modification.
It was equally held in the judgement that the Court of Appeal made a caricature of its judgment when it found as a fact that the entire evidence presented by the prosecution was hearsay and manifestly unreliable and still went ahead to agree that prima facie case was established against the Senate President in three out of the 18 charges.
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The May government is prima facie guilty of two untruths and two legal scandals.
PRIMA Facie Ph is a company by Grade 12 Accounting and Business Management (ABM) students from Saint Scholastica's College Manila Leadership Academy.
The trial court denied the EEOCs motion and granted the MIAs motion, holding that the claimants had failed to meet their prima facie burden.
An action can be all-things- considered wrong, pro tanto wrong, or prima facie wrong.
In addition, the arbitrator found that Centerra had made out both a prima facie case for the arbitrator to take jurisdiction over the arbitration proceeding; and a prima facie case on the merits of the case.