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A circumstantial evidence case in which a fact relied upon by the Crown, in combination with other facts, is so fundamental to the process of proving the guilt of the defendant that it must be proved beyond reasonable doubt is referred to as:

Select one:

a. a 'primary fact' case

b. an 'intermediate fact' case

c. a 'strands in the cable' case

d. a 'link in the chain' case

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