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Law Relating to Witnesses (alongwith Law Relating to Accomplices and Approvers) with Examination of Witnesses

Law Relating to Witnesses (alongwith Law Relating to Accomplices and Approvers) with Examination of Witnesses

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  • Author(s): C.D. Field
  • Brand: Delhi Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2017
  • ISBN 13 9789381308820
  • Approx. Pages 698 + Contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Witnesses are eyes and ears of Justice. The instrument of evidence is the medium through which facts, either disputed or required to be proved, are effectively conveyed to the Judiciary in Civil as well as Criminal matters. Systematic collections and presentation of evidence is critical to the investigative process as the definer invariably seek to undermine its veracity to cart away the Criminal liability dunning the trial. Moreover, relationship of a factor to affect the credibility of witness. It is not uncommon that even truthful eye witness is doubted become of being influenced by some extraneous circumstances. Intent book has been designed to critically analyze that how the role and domains of expert witnesses are expanding in the administration of Justice. The work also dourness over the relevant functions standing and significance of witnesses in the legal proceedings in India.
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Contents
PART I
OF WITNESSES

I.    COMPETENCY OF A PERSON TO TESTIFY AS A WITNESS
II.    DUMB WITNESSES
III.    PARTIES TO CIVIL SUIT AND THEIR WIVES OR HUSBANDS
IV.    JUDGES AND MAGISTRATES
V    COMMUNICATIONS DURING MARRIAGE
VI.    EVIDENCE AS TO AFFAIRS OF STATE
VII.    OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS
VIII.    INFORMATION AS TO COMMISSION OF OFFENCES
IX.    PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS
X.    SECTION 126 TO APPLY TO INTERPRETERS, ETC
XI.    WAIVING OF PROFESSIONAL PRIVILEGE
XII.    CONFIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS WITH LEGAL ADVISERS
XIII.    PRODUCTION OF TITLE-DEEDS OF WITNESS NOT A PARTY
XIV.    PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS OR ELECTRONIC RECORDS
XV.    DOCTRINE OF SELF INCRIMINATION
XVI.    ACCOMPLICE
XVII.    NUMBER OF WITNESSES
PART II
OF THE EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES

XVIII.    ORDER OF PRODUCTION AND EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES
XIX.    JUDGE TO DECIDE AS TO ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE
XX    STAGES OF EXAMINATION OF A WITNESS
XXI.    ORDER OF EXAMINATIONS OF A WITNESS
XXII.    CROSS-EXAMINATION OF PERSON CALLED TO PRODUCE A DOCUMENT
XXIII.    WITNESSES TO CHARACTER
XXIV.    LEADING QUESTIONS—MEANING OF
XXV.    WHEN THEY MUST NOT BE ASKED
XXVI.    WHEN LEADING QUESTIONS MAY BE ASKED
XXVII.    EVIDENCE AS TO MATTERS IN WRITING
XXVIII.    CROSS-EXAMINATION AS TO PREVIOUS STATEMENTS IN WRITING
XXIX.    QUESTIONS LAWFUL IN CROSS-EXAMINATION
XXX.    WHEN WITNESS TO BE COMPELLED TO ANSWER
XXXI.    WHEN QUESTION SHALL BE ASKED AND WHEN WITNESS COMPELLED TO ANSWER,
             IS TO BE DECIDED BY COURT
XXXII.    QUESTION NOT TO BE ASKED WITHOUT REASONABLE GROUNDS
XXXIII.    PROCEDURE OF COURT IN CASE OF QUESTION BEING ASKED WITHOUT
               REASONABLE GROUNDS
XXXIV.    INDECENT AND SCANDALOUS QUESTIONS
XXXV.    QUESTIONS INTENDED TO INSULT OR ANNOY
XXXVI.    EXCLUSION OF EVIDENCE TO CONTRADICT ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS TESTING VERACITY
XXXVII.    QUESTION BY PARTY TO HIS OWN WITNESS
XXXVIII.    IMPEACHING CREDIT OF WITNESS
XXXIX.    ADMISSIBILITY OF QUESTIONS TENDING TO CORROBORATE EVIDENCE OF RELEVANT FACT
XL.    PROVING OF FORMER STATEMENTS TO CORROBORATE LATER TESTIMONY.
XLI.    MATTERS WHICH MAY BE PROVED IN CONNECTION WITH PROVED STATEMENT
           RELEVANT UNDER SECTIONS 32 OR33
XLII.    REFRESHING MEMORY
XLDI.    TESTIMONY TO FACTS STATED IN DOCUMENT MENTIONED IN SECTION 159
XLIV.    RIGHT OF ADVERSE PARTY AS TO WRITING USED TO REFRESH MEMORY
XLV.    PRODUCTION AND TRANSLATION OF DOCUMENTS
XLVI.    GIVING OF DOCUMENT CALLED FOR AND PRODUCED ON NOTICE, AS EVIDENCE
XLVII.    USING OF DOCUMENT AS EVIDENCE,PRODUCTION OF WHICH WAS REFUSED ON NOTICE
XLVIII.    JUDGE'S POWER TO PUT QUESTIONS OR ORDER PRODUCTION OF ANY
              DOCUMENT OR THING
XLIX.    POWER OF JURY OR ASSESSORS TO PUT QUESTIONS
PART III
OF IMPROPER ADMISSION AND REJECTION OF EVIDENCE

L.    NO NEW TRIAL FOR IMPROPER ADMISSION OR REJECTION OF EVIDENCE
APPENDICES
A.    THE OATHS ACT
B.    THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, 1908
C.    THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973
D.    THE INDIAN PENAL CODE, 1860
INDEX
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