This article deals with the topic of transferred malice. The author first talks about how the doctrine was laid down in the UK with the help of relevant case laws. Further, there is a gradual shift in focus to the Indian context and this doctrine is understood as embodied under Section 301 of the Indian Penal Code. The author then looks at the essential ingredients that need to be fulfilled to apply the doctrine and finally looks at how the doctrine has been applied by the courts.
Posted on Jan. 16, 2022, 1:06 p.m.Read More →
This article deals with the topic of hearsay evidence and its exceptions in the Indian context. The author first looks at what hearsay evidence is, and how it would normally not be admissible before the courts under Section 60 of the Indian Evidence Act. The author then looks at some of the exceptions to this rule such as the doctrine of Res Gestae, dying declarations and admissions and confessions.
Posted on Jan. 16, 2022, 12:47 p.m.Read More →