Extra Judicial Confession of Co-Accused Can Only be Considered as Evidence For Corroboration, Rules Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has observed that extra judicial confession made by co accused can only be treated as a corroborative piece of evidence. As per the bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Bela M Trivedi, in absence of substantive evidence, the extra judicial confession made by the co-accused loses its significance. In this case the

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