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Law of Evidence - May/June 2010 Backlog (New) 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Document
Short Fact in Issue
Short Test Identification Parade
Short Formal Admissions.
Short Judicial Notice
Short Public Documents.
Short Hearsay Evidence
Short Presumption as to dowry Death.
Long Explain the facts which are relevant to prove conspiracy.
Long What is Dying Declaration? Explain the rules relating to the admissibility of Dying declaration as evidence.
Long What is Secondary Evidence ? Explain its circumstances under which secondary evidence is permissible.
Long What is Estoppel ? What are the essential conditions for the application of the Doctrine of Estoppel?
Problem "A" is being charged with possessing of ten Rs. 500 notes, which are counterpart notes, with knowledge of the same. The prosecution seeks to prove that previously, "A" was convicted of delivering to "C", as genuine, certain counterpart notes. Is this fact relevant.
Problem "A" and "B" are jointly tried for the murder of "C". "A" has made an extra-judicial confession stating that "I myself and B together have murdered C". The prosecution intends to use this statement as evidence against "B". Is this evidence relevant against B?
Problem "A" has been prosecuted for the rape of "B". "A" intends to prove that "B" was of generally immoral character. Is he permitted to do so?
Problem "A", a victim of dowry death, has made a Dying declaration to her relatives. The statement of Dying declaration contains certain facts which are false. Is the dying declaration admissible as evidence?
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