Confession in absence of corroborative evidence not enough to prove charge of conspiracy: Supreme Court

A few bits here and a few bits there on which prosecution relies, cannot be held to be adequate for connecting the accused with the commission of crime of criminal conspiracy, the Court held.
Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India

The Supreme Court recently held that the offence of criminal conspiracy cannot be proved by mere confessional statements in the absence of corroborative evidence (Praveen @ Sonu v. State of Haryana).

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