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Can Circumstantial Evidence Alone Form The Basis Of Conviction ?

Coming straight to the point , it has been debated time and again since a long time that , “Can circumstantial evidence alone form the basis of conviction ?” In other words , “Is it fair to rely solely upon circumstantial evidence to convict anyone ?” First of all , ...
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A Brief Analysis Of The Plea Of Alibi Used As A Shield Of Defence By Accused

Coming straight to the point, let me begin by saying that the word ‘alibi’ is a latin expression which means and implies in common connotation as ‘elsewhere’. It is always used as a shield of defence and never as a weapon of offence by the accused and this is most ...
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Is It Safe To Rely Exclusively On Extra Judicial Confession?

Before dwelling upon extra judicial confession, it is incumbent to first of all understand what exactly confession is. It has not been defined anywhere in the Evidence Act. Stephen in his ‘Digest of the Law of Evidence’ (Article 21) defines it as: “A confession is an admission made at any ...
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Role Of Experts Cannot Be Undermined In Shaping  The Opinion Of The Courts

To start with, before I venture to elaborate exhaustively on the role played by experts in shaping the opinion of the Courts, it is imperative first and foremost to understand who really an expert is. In layman’s language, an expert can be inferred as “Someone (a person) who has special ...
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