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CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Convicting a person by drawing an inference of guilt —Held, the inference depends on the facts and circumstances of each case & the nature of evidence brought on record — Evidence Act — S 3 — Relevant fact — Standard of proof. (Para 8) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Presumption of innocence of an accused till he is convicted — Principle of — The presumption doesnot vaporize upon the death of an accused. (Para 6) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Convicting a dead person — the finding of the trial court — that the dead person was alone responsible for the offences — is completely vitiated as null and void. (Para 7) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Convicting a dead person — a prosecution cannot continue against a dead person —Such proceedings and the findings are contrary to the very foundation of Criminal Jurisprudence — In such a case the accused does not exist and cannot be convicted. (Para 7) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Standard of proof — two sets of evidence — relying on — Held, the set of evidence which is more consistent and reliable — requires to be accepted. (Para 10) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Law — Criminal Jurisprudence — Rule of justice — Possibility of two views — One pointing to the guilt of the accused and the other towards his innocence — The view which is favourable to the accused should be adopted. (Para 13) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Code of Criminal Procedure —Investigation —in the matters involving confidence of people — Duty of the Investigating agency —The Investigating Agency ought to be more vigilant. (Para 8) PDF
CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Criminal Jurisprudence — Cardinal principle — on mere conjectures and surmises a person cannot be held guilty & punished. (Para 8) PDF