Supreme Court acquits two in 1985 murder case, says trial court and High Court failed to consider vital factors

The Supreme Court found that there was negligence in the investigation and vital factors that were ignored by the trial court and High Court that should have entitled the accused to the benefit of doubt.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently acquitted two men convicted decades ago in a 1985 murder case, finding that that they were and are entitled to the benefit of doubt [Munna Lal v. State of Uttar Pradesh].

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