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CoolingWood (engineer)     07 September 2016

Comment on evidence of witness in divorce case

Hello All,


During divorce case, PW.2 satted in cross-examination like below: 


1. As the incidents happened in this case are happened 9 years banck hence PW.2 do not remenber. 


2. PW.2 never visited matrimonial home of wife and husband who are seeking divorce.


3. PW.2 never eye-witnessed any disputes between the wife and husband who are seeking divorce.


4. PW.2 never spoken with husband either prior to marriage and after marriage. 


5. PW.2 only heard about allegations through phone call made by the wife and PW.2 can not submit the phone numbers of PW.1 and PW.2.


Above all statements are part of the cross-examination of PW.2. Does this is enough to say that the PW.2 evidence is not supporting the allegations present in the evidence affidavit of PW.2.


 5 Replies

innocenthusband   07 September 2016

Doesnt point 1 and 5 make it clear that PW2's testimony stands useless?

CoolingWood (engineer)     07 September 2016

innocenthusband : Are you saying that PW.2 testimony useless and is useless to the case of petitioner/wife.

CoolingWood (engineer)     07 September 2016

@Ramesh Singh :  Not understood your reply... please clarify 


stanley (Freedom)     07 September 2016

The cross examination of PW2 witness is in your favour since her allegations have not been proved .

CoolingWood (engineer)     07 September 2016

@Stanley Sir : Thank you for your time and reply. 


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