In case of circumstantial evidence, chain has to be complete in all respects to indicate guilt of accused: Supreme Court

if the Court finds any of the links to be missing and not proved, the conviction of the accused should be interfered with, the judges opined.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

In a case of circumstantial evidence, the chain of evidence has to be complete in all respects and also exclude any other theory, the Supreme Court emphasised recently while acquitting a man in a 22-year-old murder case [Laxman Prasad @ Laxman v. State of Madhya Pradesh].

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