Supreme Court was quick to clarify that if prosecution was unable to prove its case on its own legs, then it won’t be able to derive advantage from the weakness of the defence and the Court would not be able to convict the accused on the strength of the evidence in the form of reply to the suggestions made by the defence counsel to a witness.
Delhi High Court: In a matter wherein, details were sought with regard to Supreme Court Collegium meeting held on 12-12-2018, Yashwant Varma,
“If the Khararunama by itself, does not ‘affect’ immovable property… there would be no breach of Section 49(1)(c), as it is not being used as evidence of a transaction effecting such property.”
Supreme Court: A Bench comprising of R. Banumathi and Indira Banerjee, JJ. while deciding an appeal against the conviction of appellant under
Each criminal trial is but a quest for search of the truth. Supreme Court: The Bench comprising of Ranjan Gogoi, Navin Sinha