Abhi Bhatia 21 August 2020
srishti jain 03 July 2021
Original audio and video recordings are considered as reliable sources of evidence. Because audio recordings can be manipulated, deleted, and re-recorded, there are several aspects to consider when accepting them as evidence. These elements include establishing the speaker's voice, its accuracy, relevancy, and the absence of any possibility of tempering or manipulation etc.
The certificate under section 65B(4), without which an electronic record in the form of Secondary Evidence is not admissible, is a crucial criterion that must not be overlooked.