Relevancy, Proof & Evaluation

  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 11, When facts not otherwise relevant becomes relevant

    As per section 11, facts not otherwise relevant are relevant in the following two situations. If they are inconsistent with…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Evidence relating to acts outside the period of conspiracy

    Things said, done, or written by one of the conspirators will be relevant against the others only if it was…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Indian Evidence Act, Sec 10, Conspiracy

    Conspiracy is an agreement to do an unlawful act or lawful act by unlawful means. It is a crime as…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 7, Indian Evidence Act- Occasion, Cause, Effect, etc and Case Laws.

    Section 7 deals with a variety of facts such as those which constitute the occasion or cause of, or provide…

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  • CrPC

    Procedural nature of the Criminal Procedure Code

    Every Criminal Law is either substantive law, or procedural law. The substantive law determines the rights and liabilities, whereas procedural…

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  • CrPC

    Brief History and Development of the Criminal Procedure Code

    In the olden days, there was no uniform law relating to criminal procedure for the whole of India. There were…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes:Res Gestae: Meaning, Relevance and Case Laws

    The principle of the section 6 is that whenever a ‘transaction’ such as a contract or a crime is a…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Distinction between Relevancy and Admissibility

    Relevant means that which is logical probative. Admissibility is not based on logic but on law and strict rules. Many…

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