Failure To Recover Dead Body By Itself Doesn't Entitle Accused To Benefit Of Doubt: SC [Read Judgment]

Failure To Recover Dead Body By Itself Doesn

"It is not an invariable rule of criminal jurisprudence that the failure of the police to recover the corpus delecti will render the prosecution case doubtful entitling the accused to acquittal on benefit of doubt."

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