This article is written by Aanchal Rawat, a student of R.N.P.I.S.L. & J currently in Second year pursuing (Hons.). INTRODUCTION The word Res Gestae is a Latin word which means things done, transaction or circumstance surrounding the subject is complete. Section 6 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 isContinue Reading

This article is written by Joyita Mukhopadhyay from Amity university Kolkata. INTRODUCTION In today’s world, the law needs an opinion which requires some special assistance and some special skilled person. This specials skilled person is known as an expert. In today’s world, it is very necessary to have an expertContinue Reading

This article is written by Sambavi Marwah, a fourth-year law student, from Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGISPU. This article of mine talks about the aspect of ‘confession’ under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872. It states the definition, types of confession and its evidentiary value in the eyes of the Indian Judiciary.Continue Reading

In this article, Sagnik Chatterjee who is currently in 2nd Year pursuing BA.LL.B, from Symbiosis Law School, Pune, discusses about the topic Privileged Communications under the Indian Evidence Act. Introduction The privilege of a witness implies the privilege of a witness to retain proof to disclose certain issues. There are certain conditionsContinue Reading

This article has been submitted by Aaditya Kapoor, a law-aspiring student of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Through his research, Aaditya strived to shed light upon the admissibility and applicability in courts, of evidence obtained from an accomplice to the crime. Introduction While investigating a crime after its commission, thereContinue Reading

The information we put into social media accounts is indefinitely stored and available for future access, and therefore, it’s not far-fetched to see how something that starts off as a simple text exchange between friends can be transformed into e-Evidence within court proceedings.

Theory of Relevancy is the first and foremost hurdle that is applied to any evidence and any and every evidence needs to be cleared for getting admitted in the court of law. Relevant facts, also known as factum probans, are the facts which will be used to prove the genuineness of the facts in issue, i.e. factum