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Statement U/s 161 CrPC Inadmissible In Evidence And Cannot Be Relied Upon For Conviction: SC [Read Judgment]

Statement U/s 161 CrPC Inadmissible In Evidence And Cannot Be Relied Upon For Conviction: SC [Read Judgment]

'A statement recorded under Section 161 Cr.P.C. can be used only to prove the contradictions and/or omissions.'

2 March 2020 4:39 PM GMT
[Section 482 CrPC] HC Cannot Quash Criminal Proceedings On The Basis Of Its Assessment Of 161 Statements: SC [Read Judgment]

[Section 482 CrPC] HC Cannot Quash Criminal Proceedings On The Basis Of Its Assessment Of 161 Statements: SC [Read Judgment]

'The conclusion of the High Court to quash the criminal proceedings is on the basis of its assessment of the statements recorded under Section 161 CrPC. Statements of witnesses recorded under Section...

11 Feb 2020 2:07 PM GMT