A prima facie case once established, the suspect is pursued with the utmost vigor of the law.
A prima facie case was made out and an order sent for his extradition.
A prima facie case of the existence of gentes among them is at least made out.
It is a writ of right, and may not be refused to one who shows a prima facie case entitling him to be discharged or bailed.
Taken with the fact that Browne had in open court stated that Hubert was a living man, this made out a prima facie case.
The State called the policemen, and made out a prima facie case against the negro.
I'm not so blind as not to be able to see that there's at any rate a prima facie case against me.
Formerly it had taken much time for the Commission to prepare its formal orders and its prima facie case for the courts.
When matters are removed to a United States court, the finding of the commission makes out a prima facie case.
I do not deny the fact that a prima facie case has been made out in this instance against me; nevertheless, I am not the thief.