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LAW OF EVIDENCE

COURSE NAME- LAW OF EVIDENCE
PRICE- Rs. 8,999/-
NUMBER OF SESSIONS-
COURSE DURATION- 30 days
COURSE INCLUSIONS- Online Lectures, Customised E-book, Personalised User Dashboard for course queries, Guest Lecture, Course Quiz (optional), Certificate
LAW INVOLVED – The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
Law of Evidence is a part of the procedural law which prescribes the various rules governing the presentation, form and acceptance on the basis of weightage carried by varied kinds of evidence in the Indian Courts. It is a known fact that without evidence there can be no adjudication. This law is extremely important for the understanding and strengthening the basics

TOPICS COVERED IN THE COURSE:

I: Introduction and Relevancy
a. Evidence and its Relationship with the Substantive and Procedural Laws
b. Definitions: Facts, Facts in Issue, Relevant Fact, Evidence Proved, Disproved, not Proved, Oral and Documentary Evidence, Factum Probandum and Factum Probans, Proof and Evidence
c. Theory of Relevancy: i. Logical Relevancy, Legal Relevancy, Admissibility and Reliability ii. Facts not otherwise Relevant (Plea of Alibi) – Sections 5 to 44
d. Doctrine of Res Gestae
e. Test Identification Parade
f. Conspiracy

II: Statement – Admissions / Confessions and Dying Declarations
a. Admissions – Sections 17 to 23
b. Confessions – Sections 24 to 30
c. Dying Declarations- Section 32

III: Method of proof of facts
a. Presumptions – Sections 79 to 90A
b. Expert Opinion – Sections 45 to 51
c. Oral and Documentary evidence – Sections 59 to 100
d. Burden of Proof – Sections 101 to 114A
e. Estoppel – Sections 115 to 117
f. Privileged Communications – 120, 122, 126 and more

IV: Emerging Areas in the Law of Evidence
a. Evidence by Accomplice – Section 133
b. Definition of Witness, Witness Protection Scheme
c. Examination of Witness, Cross Examination, Leading Questions and Hostile Witness – Sections 135 to 166
d. Refreshing Memory
e. Impact of Forensic Science: Evidentiary Value in DNA Test, Narco-analysis.

REFERENCES

  1. Bare Act of Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
  2. M. Monir, Law of Evidence, Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd, 2006.
  3. Rattan Lal Dheeraj Lal, Law of Evidence, Lexis Nexis, 2011.
  4. GS Pande, Indian Evidence Act, Allahabad Law Agency, 1996.
  5. Avtar Singh, Principles of Law of Evidence, Central Law Publications, 2013.
  6. Dr. Satish Chandra, Indian Evidence Act, Allahabad Law Agency, 2007.
  7. Batuk Lal, Law of Evidence, Central Law Agency, 1990..