What is the solution when the Investigating Officer refuses to take the documentary evidence and later files a chargesheet implicating the accused?
Arvind Singh Chauhan (advocate) 03 September 2010
These documents can be proved during examination in chief on behalf of reporter and may be used and proved, in cross examination on behalf of accused.
Jeetendra singh (Advocate) 03 September 2010
You can not compel to IO to take these evidence. You should try to change the IO. So meet the higher officers and tell the problem. I hope it will be work.
Arun Shankar (Director) 16 September 2010
If IO is from Police, resort to sec. 36 crpc and complain to Supdt. of Police.