Can Court Direct DNA Test of Rape Accused to Determine Paternity? Answers Karnataka HC

The Karnataka High Court’s Kalaburagi bench ruled that obtaining a blood sample from an accused to determine paternity of a child is neither self-incrimination nor a violation of Article 20 (3) of the Constitution. In a recent decision, the court noted this when dismissing a petition brought by a person accused of rape (Malappa) contesting

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