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MP HC: Accused Cannot be Denied Rights to Adduce Evidence Within Parameters of Law - (05 Jul 2021)

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Madhya Pradesh High Court has observed that an accused can't be denied his right to adduce evidence within parameters of the law, and if accused wishes to secure the evidence to lead the same at the appropriate stage of the trial can't be said to be unwarranted or unreasonable.

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