Section 378 CrPC | When Trial Court Acquits the Accused, Presumption Of Innocence Gathers Strength Before The Appellate Court, Rules SC

The Supreme Court recently reiterated that, when Trial Court renders its decision by acquitting the accused, presumption of innocence gathers strength before the appellate court. The bench of Justices Abhay S. Oka and M.M. Sundresh stated that, mere suspicion, however, strong it may be, cannot be a substitute for acceptable evidence. In this case, FIR

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