Therefore, the status of a witness is convertible to the accused during the course of investigation subject to the collection of independent sufficient incriminating materials against the petitioner, which must be in the nature of startling and clinching in sense.
Judgments delivered by 21 High Courts and their Benches in India
High Court, Andhra Pradesh High Court, Allahabad High Court, Bombay High Court, Calcutta High Court, Chattisgarh High Court, Delhi High Court, Gauhati High Court, Gujarat High Court, Himachal Pradesh High Court, Jammu […]
KEYWORDS:-Electronic Evidence CCTV- DATE :12th February, 2016 Electronic Evidence CCTV footage was used as direct evidence though there was no eyewitness -Section 65-B of the Evidence Act ACT : Section 302 of […]
Keywords: Electronic evidence-computer systems DATE : 11 March 2008 ACTS : Sections 173(5) and 207 Cr.p.c Sections 3 and 65B of the Indian Evidence Act 1872 Sections 2(o) r/w section 2(t) IT […]