Circumstantial Evidence

February 25, 2023

The conditions for proving of circumstantial evidences are:

(1) The circumstances from which the conclusion of guilt is to be drawn must be properly established;

(2) The facts so established must be accurate only with the hypothesis of the accuser’s guilt, meaning they must not be comprehensible on any other hypothesis other than that the accused is guilty;

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(3) The circumstances must be of a convincing nature and predisposition;

(4) They shall exclude every other possibility but the one to be proved; 

(5) There must be a chain of evidence so complete as not to leave any reasonable ground for the conclusion consistent with the innocence of the accused.

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