Doctrine of Res Gestae under Evidence Act 1872

Walking on the edges of the footpath, you hear a screeching voice of a woman, turn to the left and exclaim in shock “oh my god, someone help” when you witness her being robbed off by a gang of four men. Will your statement be admissible in the eyes of law?” Section 6 of Evidence Act embodied the concept of Res Gestae.
Walking on the edges of the footpath, you hear a screeching voice of a woman, turn to the left and exclaim in shock “oh my god, someone help” when you witness her being robbed off by a gang of four men. Will your statement be admissible in the eyes of law?” Section 6 of Evidence Act embodied the concept of Res Gestae.
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Walking on the edges of the footpath, you hear a screeching voice of a woman, turn to the left and exclaim in shock “oh my god, someone help” when you witness her being robbed off by a gang of four men. Will your statement be admissible in the eyes of law?”

Section 6 of Evidence Act embodied the concept of Res Gestae.


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