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1. In criminal cases when is the character taken as relevant?

- In criminal cases/proceedings, the fact that the person


accused is of a good or bad character is relevant
2. Mention any 2 facts of which the court must take judicial notice?
- Court shall take judicial notice of
- (i) All laws/Acts in force in the terriority of india
- (ii) Articles of wars for the Indian Army, Navy or Air Force
- (iii) All notorious incidents/facts (national threat)
3. What is Primary evidence?*
- It is a document itself produced for the inspection of the court
- Thus production of the original document or proof of an
admission of its content by the party against whom it is
tendered is considered PE
4. Upon whom is the burden of proving the person alive?
- It is provided under section 107
- That when the ? is whether a man is alive or dead and it is
shown that he was alive within 30 years the burden of proving
that he is dead is on the person who affirms it.
5. When can the adverse party impeach the credibility of a witness?
- When the witness tells something to the court which affects
the case of the party.
- (i)
6. Who is accomplice?*
7. When can a judge put questions to a witness?
8. What are private documents?
9. Define secure digital signature?*
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Which kind of question cannot be asked to a witness?
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What is Res gestae?
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Explain Judicial Confession?
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How is public documents certified?
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What is re-examination? Which party can re examine a
witness? When can it be asked for?
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Who may testify as a witness in the court of law?
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How much information received from an accused be
proved?
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Explain the meaning of PLEA OF ALIBI?
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Fact means and includes?
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What is refreshing memory?
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What is examination in chief?
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Burden of proof as to ownership lies on whom?
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Presumption as to dowry death

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Which Facts can be proved as oral evidence?
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What is Theory of Relevancy?
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When Facts not otherwise Relevant become Relevant?
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Which Facts need not be proved?
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What is judicial notice?
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What is conclusive proof?
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What is admission and confession?
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What is FACTS IN ISSUE?
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What is dying declaration?
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What is APPROVER?
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Define Affidavit?
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What is common intention?
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What is document? Give any 2 examples?
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Define Evidence?
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What is digital Signature?
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Explain where the Indian Evidence Act is not applicable?
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DB Judgment in rem & Judgment in personam?
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How the witness is declared Hostile?
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What is Hearsay Evidence? How it is admissible?
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What is the power of jury?
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In what circumstances leading questions can not be asked?
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State the leading position of dumb witness?
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Who is qualified to testify in a court of law?
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What is Hostile witness?
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What is secondary evidence?
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What is burden proof?
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Which questions are lawful In cross questions?
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Opinion of Experts when relevant?
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Number of witness?
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What is the meaning of a Leading question? When can it
be asked and when it cannot be asked?
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What are Scandalous questions?Can the court allow them
to be asked to witness?
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Can a child be witness? What is the condition to do so?
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When will the opinion of a hand writing expert be relevant?
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What are the 4 stages of crime? Which 2 of them may not
be punishable?
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Quality and not quantity of witneeses is seen to decide
merits of a cases on this statement state how many witnesses
are required to eastablished a given fact in court ?
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How will you record evidence of a person who does not
know the language of the court or local language in the court
trial?
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State the main legal position of a dumb witness?
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What is the evidentiary value of an accomplice?

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Explain in short power of court to put question and effect
then upon
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What is the necessity and scope of cross examination of a
witness?
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Define court of law
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What do you understand by Relevant as defined in the
Indian Evidence Act?
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What is evidence?
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How many witness are required to prove a given fact in
the court?
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Who is qualified to testify in a court of law?
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