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Law of Evidence - November/December 2009 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Definition of Evidence.
Short Proof of conspiracy.
Short Retracted confession.
Short Opinions of Experts.
Short Public Documents.
Short Presumption as to Dowry death.
Short Doctrine of Estoppel
Short Cross-examination
Long Explain the doctrine of Res Gestae. Refer to decided cases.
Long Discuss the general rules relating to burden of proof.
Long Who are competent witnesses? Is an accomplice competent witness? Discuss.
Problem "A" has been charged for committing murder at Hyderabad on a certain day. "A" contends that on that day he was at Delhi attending a meeting. Is it a relevant fact? Give reasons.
Problem "X" was charged with the murder of his wife. He wrote a letter addressed to the police officer stating that he committed that crime. The letter was left by the side of the dead body of his wife which was found by a police officer. Can it be proved against "X". Discuss.
Problem "X" is found in possession of some precious diamonds which are alleged to be stolen two years back. Discuss whether the court can draw any presumptions from the above fact.
Problem The husband makes extra-judicial confession to his wife that he has committed a murder of a person. Discuss whether the wife, to whom this information is passed can be called to the court and compelled to give evidence.
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