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Georgia Code Title 24. Evidence § 24-14-20

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Presumptions are either of law or of fact. ?Presumptions of law are conclusions and inferences which the law draws from given facts. ?Presumptions of fact shall be exclusively questions for the jury, to be decided by the ordinary test of human experience.

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