Enough evidence to convict a person of an offence, if the ‘best case’ of the prosecution is accepted. Prima facie evidence must be capable of proving the elements of the offence beyond reasonable doubt. However, it is always open to the defendant to raise some kind of defence, so the prosecution case may still fail in the end.

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