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225.35 – Gambling offenses; presumptions

§ 225.35 Gambling offenses; presumptions.

1. Proof of possession of any gambling device or of any gambling
record specified in sections 225.15 and 225.20, is presumptive evidence
of possession thereof with knowledge of its character or contents.

2. In any prosecution under this article in which it is necessary to
prove the occurrence of a sporting event, a published report of its
occurrence in any daily newspaper, magazine or other periodically
printed publication of general circulation shall be admissible in
evidence and shall constitute presumptive proof of the occurrence of
such event.

3. Possession of three or more coin operated gambling devices or
possession of a coin operated gambling device in a public place shall be
presumptive evidence of intent to use in the advancement of unlawful
gambling activity.

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