Section 13A-8-122

Possession of certain devices constitutes prima facie evidence of intent to violate article.

In a prosecution for a violation of this article, the existence on the property and in the actual possession of the defendant of (1) any connection, wire conductor or any device whatsoever, which is connected in such a manner as would permit the receipt of cable television service without such service being reported for payment to and specifically authorized by the cable television company or (2) the existence on the property and in the actual possession of the defendant, where the totality of the circumstances, including quantities or volumes, surrounding the defendant's arrest indicate possession for resale, of any device designed in whole or in part to facilitate the performance of any of the illegal acts set out in Section 13A-8-121, shall constitute prima facie evidence of the defendant's intent to violate the provisions of this article.

(Acts 1986, No. 86-228, p. 335, §3.)