CrPC S. 313

2020 SCeJ 1775



Cr.P.C., Section 313 - Circumstances not put to an accused under Section 313 Cr.P.C. , cannot be used against him, and must be excluded from consideration -  In a criminal trial, the importance of the questions put to an accused are basic to the principles of natural justice as it provides him the opportunity not only to furnish his defence, but also to explain the incriminating circumstances against him - A probable defence raised by an accused is sufficient to rebut the accusation without the requirement of proof beyond reasonable doubt.  #2020 SCeJournal 1775


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