neighbours and panchayatdars not examined… 498a acquital.

Excerpt: None of the neighbours were examined. Apart from this aspect of the matter, it is pertinent to note that none of the persons concerned with the Panchayat had been examined. The crucial aspect which would suggest that there would have been harassment in relation to demand of some additional dowry, i.e., payment of Rs. … Continue reading neighbours and panchayatdars not examined… 498a acquital.

Mohd. Dowlath And Anr. vs State Of A.P

Exce Andhra High Court Mohd. Dowlath And Anr. vs State Of A.P. on 7 November, 2003 Equivalent citations: 2004 (1) ALD Cri 822, 2004 CriLJ 760, I (2004) DMC 447 Author: K Bhanu Bench: K Bhanu JUDGMENT K.C. Bhanu, J. 1. This appeal is directed against the Judgment, dated 20-9-1999. (or 20-12-99) in S. C. … Continue reading Mohd. Dowlath And Anr. vs State Of A.P

Smt. Usha Bose & Anr vs The State Of West Bengal

Excerpt: Calcutta High Court (Appellete Side) Smt. Usha Bose & Anr vs The State Of West Bengal on 26 February, 2014 Author: Nadira Patherya IN THE HIGH COURT AT CALCUTTA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION Present : The Hon'ble Justice Nadira Patherya And The Hon'ble Justice Asim Kumar Ray C.R.A. No. 572 of 2006 SMT. USHA BOSE … Continue reading Smt. Usha Bose & Anr vs The State Of West Bengal

498a acquittal on improvements in allegations

Excerpt: It is significant to note that there is no specific mention as to in what manner the accused used to harass PW1 and as to what was the nature of cruel treatment to which the deceased was subjected to. Considering the various improvements made by these witnesses on crucial aspects which incriminate the accused, … Continue reading 498a acquittal on improvements in allegations

498a acquittal by bombay high court

Excerpt:Unless the statement of a dead person would fall within the purview of Section 32(1) of the Indian Evidence Act there is no other provision under which the same can be admitted in evidence. In order to make the statement of a dead person admissible in law (written or verbal) the statement must be as to the … Continue reading 498a acquittal by bombay high court