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manu (advocate)     12 March 2009

acid attack

dear sir/mam

no doubt acid attack is a heinous crime. but if vital part of the body is not affected by the acid attack can we safeguard the interest of our client by arguing that its not attempt to murder and to the maximum sec 326 could have been invoked against the accused??

regards

manu



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 3 Replies

Vijay Kumar (Advocate)     12 March 2009

Even the offence might be lesser than 326 IPC. 

sreedhar (advocate)     13 March 2009

 


 


 

Please have a look on the attachment. Definitely this will be useful for trial.Thanks.



Medical evidence plays a key role in


administration of justice both in criminal and civil


cases. The manner and type of medical evidence


provided to the court of law is of utmost importance


in arriving at justifiable conclusions and avoiding


miscarriage of justice. A mandatory provision in the


legal system should be introduced wherein the


investigating authorities will make heinous offences


like offence u/s sec. 307 IPC only after taking


medical evidence into consideration if the injured


was medically examined


Attached File : 35 307 medical examination.pdf downloaded: 123 times

manu (advocate)     13 March 2009

thank u sir for ur timely response


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