Maya Devi Vs.State of Haryana

Supreme Court

(2015) 17 SCC 405

About/from the judgment:

S.304-B - Expression"soon before her death" - Period indicated by such expression,in relation to S.304-B IPC and S.113-B, Evidence Act - How determined - Existence of proximate and live link between effect of cruelty based on dowry demand and death concerned,highlighred - Cruelty if remote in time - Effect of Evidence Act 1872 s.113-B.

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