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Law of Evidence - May/June 2010 Old 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Long Define Evidence and discuss the various kinds of evidence.
Long Discuss the scope and application of Section 10 of the Evidence Act to prove `Conspiracy`.
Long What is confession? When are confessions relevant?
Long What is Dying Declaration? Discuss the evidentiary value of dying declaration in the light of decided cases.
Long Who is an expert? When are opinions of experts relevant?
Long Define Document. Discuss how contents of a document are to be proved.
Long "Not withstanding the general rule that the burden of proof lies exclusively upon the prosecution, in the case of certain offences the burden of proving a particular fact in issue may be laid by law on the accused".- Discuss.
Long Discuss the provisions of the Evidence Act dealing with the presumptions of life, death and legitimacy.
Long What are privileged communications? Discuss the reasons for such privileges.
Long What are the various stages in the examination of witnesses? Discuss and distinguish.
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