Dying declaration can be sole basis for conviction without corroboration: Supreme Court

Pertinently, the Court also relied upon precedents to hold that the mere fact that there are more than one dying declarations, cannot be a ground to reject all dying declarations.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that a dying declaration can be acted upon and be the basis of conviction even without corroboration [State of UP v. Veerpal & Anr].

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