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AS   04 December 2021

Cross examination



In CRPC 125 I have a very specific question:


1. Guy has given a statement in his witness that he is not working. Question related to the current job is not asked by the opposite party lawyer during cross-examination, Neither suggestions are given by lawyer in the last that Guy is working and hidding his job. A very generic suggestion is given that "yeah kahna galat hai ki main Jhoothi gawahi de raha hu".

Girl has 100% no knowledge of the working status of guy.

Now during the argument stage, Is it possible for the opposite party lawyer to argue that guy lied and he is hiding his job


Note: there is no documented evidence that guy is working


please respond....




 2 Replies

Anaita Vas   04 December 2021

If you have no evidence of him working, you cannot do anything.

Collect strong evidence of the fact that he is working and then you can accuse him of lying.



Anaita Vas



Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     05 December 2021

Recall evidence of wife and get her deposed with the document qua employment of her husband, if any.

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