Presumption about driving


There is no presumption in law that a person who possesses only a learner's licence or possesses no licence at all does not know driving

 
There is no presumption in law that a person who possesses only a learner's licence or possesses no licence at all does not know driving. For various reasons, not excluding sheer indifference, he might not have taken a regular licence. The prosecution evidence that first appellant had driven the jeep to various places on the day previous to the occurrence war. a proof of the fact that he knew driving.
Supreme Court of India
Suleman Rehiman Mulani & Anr vs State Of Maharashtra on 1 December, 1967
Equivalent citations: 1968 AIR 829, 1968 SCR (2) 515
Bench: Hegde, K.S.
 
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