According to Section 9 Facts which establish the identity of anything or person whose identity is relevant, Where the court has to know the identity
Introduction: Sec. 9 deals with relevancy of facts which are introductory or explanatory in nature, or supports or rebuts a fact in issue or a
Introduction: Section 8 Indian Evidence Act, 1872 deals with the relevancy of motive, preparation, previous conduct (conduct of accused before the commission of offence) and
Facts which are the Occasion, Cause or Effect of Facts in Issue (Section 7) According to Sec. 7, the following facts are relevant.- facts which
The Extra-Judicial Confession should be truthful and made voluntary without any suppression. Since it is week evidence so it must be examined by the court with proper care and caution, the proper scrutiny is required for the establishment of evidence.
Any police officer, making an investigation under this Chapter may, by order in writing, require the attendance before himself
The mere fact of an acquittal would not suffice but rather it would depend on whether it is a clean acquittal based on the total absence of evidence or in the criminal jurisprudence
Difference between investigation inquiry and trial as belows.
Maintenance under Section 125 of Code of Criminal Code INTRODUCTION Section 125 of CRPC lays down a Secular law for the maintenance of Wife , Child