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SC: Person Having Intention to Kill is Liable for Murder Even if he Kills Another Person by Mistake - (23 Nov 2023)

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Supreme Court while applying the Doctrine of transfer of malice, has held that a person who had intention to kill a person but by mistake kills another person, then he would still be held guilty of committing murder even in the absence of intention to kill that particular person.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   MURDER   DOCTRINE OF TRANSFER OF MALICE  

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