Section 10 Case Law Evidence Act: State of Gujarat v. Mohd. Atik, AIR 1998 SC 1686

May 3, 2023

The SC ruled that statements made by former conspirators could no longer be interpreted as being made in reference to their shared aim once their common intention had ceased to exist. Therefore, the post-arrest statement made to the police officer regarding his involvement in the scheme, whether it be a confession or something else, would not be covered by Section 10. As a result, the confessional statement of the accused in this case—who is no longer alive—is no longer admissible as evidence. If you want to be a judicial officer and are looking for  Judiciary coaching in Rajasthan, here, at Jyoti Judiciary we provide comprehensive study material to make your preparation solidified and topnotch. From preliminary mock tests, to mains answer writing sessions every material required for clearing the exam is provided. We have separate legal current affairs classes, legal general knowledge, current affairs classes all in one time enrolment. Hurry up.

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