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Law of Evidence - March 2010 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Conclusive Proof.
Short Res Gestae
Short Confession of co-accused.
Short Judicial notice.
Short Latent ambiguity
Short Accomplice.
Short Hostile Witness
Short Refreshing memory
Long When facts not otherwise relevant become relevant? Illustrate your answer.
Long Discuss the relevancy of statements made by persons who cannot be called as witnesses.
Long What is Secondary evidence? When secondary evidence is admissible?
Long Explain the doctrine of estoppel and distinguish between admission and estoppel.
Problem A is tried for the murder of B by poison. Two days prior to the murder of B, A went to druggist shop and obtained a particular poison. Is it relevant fact. Give reasons.
Problem "X" was charged for committing murder of "Y". "X" while he was in police custody gave information that he committed the murder of "Y" by stabbing and concealed the knife at a particular place. As a result of this information, the knife was discovered. Discuss how much of information received from accused may be proved against him.
Problem "A" and "B" are assaulted by "C". "A" shortly before his death makes a statement that "C" attacked "B" and stabbed him and "B" died. Is it admissible as dying declaration? Discuss.
Problem A, a client, says to B. a lawyer: "I have committed forgery, and I wish you to defend me". Is it a privileged communication? Discuss whether the lawyer can be compelled to disclose it.
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