Every Omission is not Fatal to the Prosecution Story!

Gappe alias Vimlesh vs State of MP

Madhya Pradesh HC, Gwalior Bench

01/12/2017

CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 142 OF 2008

About/from the judgment:

Every Omission is not Fatal to the Prosecution Story!

 

Evidence Law – Minor discrepancies, embellishments, contradictions in the evidence of witnesses would not be material to discard the prosecution story but where the discrepancies or contradictions are to such an extent which shakes the very foundation of the prosecution case and which makes the evidence of the witnesses untrustworthy, then it would be very difficult rather hazardous to rely upon such evidence.

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