Illegally obtained evidence is admissible!!

Umesh Kumar vs State of Andhra Pradesh

Supreme Court

11/04/2012

(2013) 10 SCC 591 : AIR 2014 SC 1106

About/from the judgment:

Illegally obtained evidence is admissible!!

 

(A) Constitution of India, Art.21- Complaint - Evidence Procured by illegal means - Tape Recordings or Photographs - If the evidence is admissible, it does not matter how it has been obtained - It is a settled legal proposition that even if any evidence is procured by improper or illegal means, there is no bar to its admissibility if it is relevant and its genuineness is proved.

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