The State Of Maharashtra vs Ashok @ Ramchandra Bhikaji & Ors

Excerpt: In this case, there is not even an attempt by the prosecution to explain the delay. It appears that PW-1 had no problems living alone with her parents but when PW-1 heard from her father that accused no.1 has married accused no.5 (which again has not proved), PW-1 decided to teach accused no.1 a … Continue reading The State Of Maharashtra vs Ashok @ Ramchandra Bhikaji & Ors

498a Acquittal upheld by Karnataka High Court

Excerpt:Admittedly, there is long delay of about 8 hours in registering the crime. Though PW.19 has received the information about the crime at 11.00 a.m, he did not even mention about the crime in the case diary and thus he has not even cared to register the crime. Had the Police registered the crime immediately … Continue reading 498a Acquittal upheld by Karnataka High Court

P.Vijayan vs State Of Kerala

Excerpt:If two views are possible and one of them gives rise to suspicion only, as distinguished from grave suspicion, the Trial Judge will be empowered to discharge the accused and at this stage he is not to see whether the trial will end in conviction or acquittal. Supreme Court of India P.Vijayan vs State Of … Continue reading P.Vijayan vs State Of Kerala

Rizwana khan vs state

Excerpt:If two view are are possible and one of them gives rise to suspicion only, as distinguished from grave suspicion, the trial Judge will be empowered to discharge the accused and at this stage, he is not to see whether the trial will end in conviction or acquittal. Rizwana Khan vs . State on 29 … Continue reading Rizwana khan vs state

Subramaniam vs State Of Tamil Nadu & Anr on 13 May, 2009

Excerpt:   if two views are possible on the evidence adduced in the case, one pointing to the guilt of the accused and the other to his innocence, the view which is favourable to the accused should be adopted. This principle has a special relevance in cases wherein the guilt of the accused is sought to be … Continue reading Subramaniam vs State Of Tamil Nadu & Anr on 13 May, 2009