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Theory of confirmation by subsequent facts: Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872

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Theory of confirmation by subsequent facts: Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872  In the matter of: Navaneethakrishnan V/s The State by Inspector of Police, Criminal Appeal No. 1134/2013 (Supreme court of India, Date of Decision: 16.04.2018, Coram: A.K. Sikri & R.K. Agrawal, JJ.) it was held that, Section 27 of the Indian Evidence […]

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Note on Cross Examination

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Dhawesh Pahuja In India where large number of complaints and cases are filed in civil and criminal courts every day, delay in justice is common as pendency of cases in courts are also growing rapidly. Examination of witnesses plays an important role in the presentation of the evidence in a court of law irrespective of […]

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CHILD WITNESS

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BY:ANUJA AIYAPPAN CHAPTER 1 1.1 Witness: Meaning and Scope Witnesses and document are the chief sources of evidence. A witness is a person who gives testimony or evidence before any court. As a matter of fact every person is competent to give evidence but in certain circumstances he may not be compelled to give evidence. […]

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