‘A’ an accused was prosecuted and charged for the murder of B. There was no eye-witness (direct evidence) against A…. Are the aforesaid facts in the nature of circumstantial evidence sufficient to convict the accused A?
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Question: ‘A’ an accused was prosecuted and charged for the murder of B. There was no eye-witness (direct evidence) against A. However, there was the following circumstantial evidence against A. The deceased was ‘last seen with the accused. The accused was giving a contradictory statement regarding the presence of the deceased, just before his murder, with the former.… Read More »
Updated On 14 Sep 2021 1:00 AM GMT
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