Preeti Jain vs Kunal Jain &Anr

Court: Rajasthan High Court Bench:JUSTICE ALOK SHARMA Preeti Jain vs Kunal Jain & Anr Legal Point: Section 65B read with Section 122- Electronic record. It is the discretion of the Family Court to receive the evidence, report, statement, documents, information, etc. placed before it on the test whether it does or does not fecilitate an effectice…

Raj Kumar vs State

Court: HIGH COURT OF DELHI Bench: JUSTICE PRADEEP NANDRAJOG and JUSTICE MUKTA GUPTA Raj Kumar vs State on 19 April, 2016 Law Point: Mobile Phone used as a camera, containing material photograph admitted without certificate u/s Section 65-B Indian Evidence Act, falls under primary evidence. JUDGEMENT   1. Battered and tormented, Gudia has been held to have suffered a…

Shamsher Singh Verma Vs State of Haryana

Court: SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Bench: Justice Prafulla C. Pant Smt. Pinki Jain vs Sh. Sanjay Jain on 31-01-2005 Law Point: Compact Disc (CD) is a Document and can be admitted in Evidence JUDGEMENT   This appeal is directed against order dated 25.8.2015, passed by the High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh, whereby said…

Rayala M. Bhuvaneswari vs Nagaphanender Rayala

Court: Andhra High Court Equivalent citations: AIR 2008 AP 98, 2008 (2) ALD 311, 2008 (1) ALT 613 Bench: Justice B Nazki Rayala M. Bhuvaneswari vs Nagaphanender Rayala on 20 December, 2007 Law Point: Recording of private conversation between husband and wife infringement of Article 21 JUDGEMENT   1. After this revision was entertained, this Court, on 20.7.2007,…

Achchey Lal Yadav vs State

Court: Delhi High Court Bench: Pradeep Nandrajog and Mukta Gupta Achchey Lal Yadav vs State on 4 September, 2014 Law Point: Call Details Records and section 65B used for conviction JUDGEMENT 1. Master Harsh aged five years was dropped, as claimed by his mother Rekha at the gate of MCD Nigam Prathmik Vidyalaya on January 22,…

Lior Avi Ben Moyal vs Narcotics Control Bureau

Court: Punjab-Haryana High Court Bench: JUSTICE RANJIT SINGH Lior Avi Ben Moyal vs Narcotics Control Bureau on 28 November, 2008 Law Point: Audio-Video evidence, use of voice experts to test voice samples. Requiring accused to record voice not infringment under article 20(3) of Indian Constitution JUDGEMENT   Petitioner is facing prosecution for an offence under N.D.P.S.Act…

R.M. Malkani vs State

Court: Supreme Court of India Equivalent citations: 1973 AIR 157, 1973 SCR (2) 417 Bench: Ray, A.N. R. M. Malkani vs State Of Maharashtra on 22 September, 1972 Legal Point: Evidence of tape recorder telephonic conversation challenged – witness permitted to record telephonic conversation he had with accused – in such case evidence cannot be…

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