Delhi High Court says each incriminating evidence must be put separately to accused at trial

The High Court said that mixing of the distinct facts and questions does not give a fair opportunity to the accused to explain the circumstances and this may vitiate the trial.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court recently observed that while handing over a questionnaire to an accused based on the testimony of a witness, it is imperative that the trial court put each incriminating piece of evidence against an accused separately to give him/her a fair opportunity to explain the circumstances [Ajay Singhania v Central Bureau of Investigation]

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