A miscarriage of justice may arise from the acquittal of the guilty no less than from the conviction of the innocent; Judgment in “Hamsa Koya v/s State (2015(2) KHC 206) rendered without adequate research, sets a wrong precedent

A miscarriage of justice may arise from the acquittal of the guilty no less than from the conviction of the innocent; Judgment in “Hamsa Koya v/s State (2015(2) KHC 206) rendered without adequate research, sets a wrong precedent

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