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PublisherLexis Nexis
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearJanuary 2010


Lexis Nexis Sarkar Law Of Evidence 2 Vols by Sarkar

This is the 17th revised edition of one of the country’s greatest legal classics, Sarkar on the Law of Evidence, first published almost a 100 years ago. As amended by the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2005 (2 of 2006) and the Information Technology Act, 2008 (10 of 2009) (w.e.f. 27-10-2009) incorporated at appropriate places. The book contains lucid, comprehensive, accurate and encyclopaedic information on Law of Evidence. This book solves all evidence questions quickly and saves valuable hours by enabling you to turn up any question instantly on account of its splendid arrangement. Apart from the additions of the case-law the existing text has been further subjected to a thorough reading and revision. Vol I of the book contains Sections 1 to 100 and Volume II contains sections from 101 to end. Key Highlights - Comprehensively updated by the incorporation of a large number of decisions delivered by the Supreme Court of India as well as the High Courts - The case-law on the subject has been collected from all the premier law reports of the country viz. All India Reporter, Supreme Court Cases, Criminal Law Journal, Supreme Court Cases (Criminal), Crimes, All India High Court Cases, All India Cases, Madras Law Journal and other major law reports of the States - Developments in the law as expounded in the judgments delivered by the Supreme Court of India have been extensively analysed - Significant cases that explain the significance of the provisions of the Constitution of India in relation to criminal trials have been especially taken note of - The Narcoanalysis, Polygraph Examination and The Brain Electrical Activation Profile (Beap) Test case, Selvi v. State of Karnataka, AIR 2010 SC 1974 : (2010) 7 SCC 263, which ruled that the results of the two tests amount to testimonial compulsion and therefore would attract the bar of Art. 20(3) has been discussed at appropriate place in the treatise - More headings and sub-headings have been added under each section with a vi