After the prosecution evidence was over, the court said to the accused, “Having heard the evidence against you what have you to say about it?” … His conviction is being assailed on the ground that he had not been properly questioned after the prosecution’s evidence. How would you decide?

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CRPC Mains Questions Series Part V

Last Updated on 3 weeks by Admin LB Question: After the prosecution evidence was over, the court said to the accused, “Having heard the evidence against you what have you to say about it?” The accused replied, “I am innocent. I was at Nagpur at the crucial time when the occurrence in question took place at Agra. The...

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