presumption of fact

Definition of "presumption of fact"
  1. An assumption made based on previous experience or common knowledge, where a certain fact is inferred because it is often connected with a known fact
How to use "presumption of fact" in a sentence
  1. In the case, the defense attorney used the presumption of fact based on the defendant's clear record.
  2. The jury made a presumption of fact based on the common knowledge that people don't usually leave their valuable property unattended.
  3. Presumption of fact was applied when the court inferred from the defendant's past employment that they had the knowledge to commit the alleged crime.

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