A is prosecuted for the offence of murder of B. There is only one eye-witness, namely C, of the occurrence. There is no other eye-witness or any other circumstantial evidence to corroborate the testimony of C. Can A’ be convicted..

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Last Updated on 9 months by Admin LB Question: A is prosecuted for the offence of murder of B. There is only one eye-witness, namely C, of the occurrence. There is no other eye-witness or any other circumstantial evidence to corroborate the testimony of C. Can A’ be convicted even in a case of a serious offence of...

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