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Law of Evidence - May/June 2010 New - 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Relevancy.
Short Formal Admissions.
Short Dying Declaration
Short Circumstantial Evidence
Short Secondary Evidence
Short Legitimacy of Child
Short Testimony of Accomplice.
Short Leading questions
Long Explain the terms "May Presume", "Shall Presume" and "Conclusive Proof".
Long "No confession made to a police Officer, shall be proved as against a person accused of any offence" - Comment.
Long Who is an Expert? Explain the matters in which opinion of Experts is admissible under the Evidence Act.
Long What is Cross-Examination? Explain its nature and scope?
Problem "A" is being charged with shooting at "B" with intent to kill him. The Prosecution has produced evidence showing that "A" has on earlier occasion shot at "B". Is this fact admissible as Evidence?
Problem "A" who was charged with the murder of his brother wrote a letter addressed to his friend "B", stating that he had committed that crime. The letter fell in the hands of a police officer. Are the contents of the letter relevant as evidence against "A"?
Problem "A" let out his house to "B". "A" made a demand to "B" for payment of arrears of rent for three months. "B" contends that "A" is not the real owner of the house. Is such contention tenable?
Problem "A", a client, says to "B", a Lawyer, "I have committed a theft", and requests him to defuse him. "B" intends to disclose this fact to the court. Is this fact protected from disclosure?
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