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Admissibility of Dying Declaration

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Introduction Section 32(1) of the Indian Evidence Act is an exception to the principle that excludes the hearsay rule. Principle behind the concept of dying declaration is that the person having the first hand information about a particular matter, however due to death or any kind of disability is unable to appear before the court, […]

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Right to Live with Human Dignity of Advocate

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E.S. Jagadeeshwar Advocates are depriving of their Right to Live with Human Dignity It is very popular among the people as Legal Profession is a noble profession but should not be a commercial one. No doubt an Advocate should be humane, should understand the grievances of the parties. The present scenerio is prices of essential […]

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Accomplice Witness and its admissibility as Evidence

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Ayush Yadav Introduction: In the basic sense Accomplice Witness mean a witness to a crime who, either as principal, Accomplice, or Accessory, was connected with the crime by unlawful act or omission on his or her part, transpiring either before, at time of, or after commission of the offense, and whether or not he or […]

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