"In absence of legally admissible evidence, there cannot be moral conviction:" Bombay High Court acquits husband, in-laws in dowry death case

In cases like the present one just because wife has died in her matrimonial house within two months of marriage, the entire family cannot be stigmatized as having committed offences as serious as murder, the Court held.
"In absence of legally admissible evidence, there cannot be moral conviction:" Bombay High Court acquits husband, in-laws in dowry death case
Bombay High Court

There cannot be a 'moral conviction' when there is no legally admissible evidence to show that a woman was killed by her husband and in-laws, the Bombay High Court ruled (Sachin R Teke v. State of Maharashtra).

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