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Vikas (abc)     31 August 2010

mobile voice recording

Hello Experts,

I want to know a few things with reference to voice recording as an evidence in the court of law for criminal proceedings ?

1) whether mobile recording available in the mobile phone itself constitute evidence or not for criminal case

2) are there forensic labs which can authenticate the said mobile conversation belongs to the person or not

3) If someone says he or she will commit suicide with an intention to haress

and suggest any precaution if it has to be taken to make this mobile conversation strong enough to use in the court of law





 4 Replies

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     31 August 2010

Now mobile voice recordings can be treated as evidences.

Shiva Kant Dixit (Advicate)     31 August 2010

Dear Rajoo,

I m taking privilege to extend your answer. Its fine that mobile voice recording can be used as evidence but it must be corroborated otherwise it cant be read as evidence.

Shiva Kant Dixit, Advocate. 

Alapati Prasad (Engineer-Business-Lawyer)     02 September 2010

advocate Rajiv,

Please inform case details where voice recording through cell phone was used as an evidence. It will be very much helpful to many of the advocates.

Deepak Kumar Vasudevan ((Confidential))     03 September 2010

I believe electronic evidences are also treated on par these days to normal witnesses, hostilities and/or evidences.

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