Law of Evidence in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Ceylon, Malaysia & Singapore (Volume 1)-18th Edition
The law of evidence plays a key role in the administration of justice. The assertion of substantive rights can only...
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- Author S. C. Sarkar
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The law of evidence plays a key role in the administration of justice. The assertion of substantive rights can only be established by evidence which makes the law of evidence occupy a pivotal role in the effective functioning of the criminal justice system. A mastery, therefore, of the principles and rules of the law of evidence becomes indispensable for everyone associated with this branch of law. Sarkar's classic work on the law of evidence, first published in 1913, has stood the test of time. This 18th edition of Sarkar's Law of Evidence covers the latest case law, legislative amendments and current developments in the law relating to evidence.
All latest notable decisions of the Supreme Court and various High Courts as well as changes made by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act 13 of 2013) have been incorporated and critically examined at appropriate places in the book. This book is an essential reference for Legal Professionals, Law firms, Judiciary (Trial & Appeal Courts), Lawyers, Advanced Criminal Law Students, Judicial and Police Training Academies (National and State), Police departments, CBI officials, Researchers & Scholars.
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