• Criminal Trial - Complainant shall be treated as an accomplice and therefore, his evidence shall be corroborated in material particulars before placing reliance thereupon - A person who had become nervous would not have ventured to receive bribe in the presence of a stranger - Chatting through mobile between accused and the complainant has been properly explained by the accused - Where recovery of bribe amount would not establish the charges under the Prevention of Corruption Act - The demand of bribe and acceptance of the same by the accused will have to be established by the prosecution. (181) PLR
  • Criminal Trial - Had accused demanded bribe and accepted the  same through co-accused - He would not have the guts to throw a challenge to the top brass of the Police Department to subject him to the lie detection test. (181) PLR

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