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threeleafe (awaited)     16 May 2012

Conversation recording recorded by a third person



I  have a question about admissibility( through exhibiting) of  recorded conversation between my wife, his family members and  two negotiators . But I am not there in the coversation

I have given full copy of the conversation recording to the court. I do have  original with me.  The recording was done by one of the negotiator.

Can I get a few portion  of the recording and get voice recognized from one of the negotiator - will if be sufficient to get the conversation exhibited?

The conversation is long one - abot 2.5 hours, so practically it is impossible to play  the full recording.


 3 Replies

Never Give Up (Fighter)     16 May 2012

Me too wanted to know..I have similar evidence if it can be used in 498A and other cases ??

Tejal (house wife)     16 May 2012

Experts pls, advise. i also have a long recordings . does court listen all the 2-3 hours recordings?

SRIBHASHYAM MURALIDHAR (Advocate)     16 May 2012

Court will listen such recordings

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