Concept of Confession under evidence Act

Section 24 of the Act defines a confession as a statement made by an accused person which, “admits any fact in issue or relevant fact, and that statement will be admissible in evidence against him.
Section 24 of the Act defines a confession as a statement made by an accused person which, “admits any fact in issue or relevant fact, and that statement will be admissible in evidence against him.

Section 24 of the Act defines a confession as a statement made by an accused person which, “admits any fact in issue or relevant fact, and that statement will be admissible in evidence against him.


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