Laddi v. State of Haryana

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Laddi v. State of Haryana

Laddi v. State of Haryana In the High Court of Punjab & Haryana CRR No. 398 of 2013 Before Paramjeet Singh, J. Decided on May 2, 2013   Relevancy of the case: Relevancy and admissibility of secondary evidence of electronic record. Statutes & Provisions Involved:  The Indian Penal Code, 1860 (S.376, S.506) The Evidence Act, 1872 (S.2, S.3, S.8, S. … Read More

Rakesh Kumar & Ors. vs State

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Rakesh Kumar & Ors. vs State

Rakesh Kumar & Ors. vs State (2009) 163 DLT 658 In the High Court of Delhi Crl. A. 19 of 2017 with Crl. A. 51/2007 Before Pradeep Nandrajog, Inderjeet Kaur, JJ.) Decided on August 27, 2009 Relevancy of the case: Admissibility of Electronic Records as primary or secondary evidence Statutes & Provisions Involved The Information Technology Act, 2000 (Section 65B) … Read More

Ujjal Dasgupta v. State

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Ujjal Dasgupta v. State

Ujjal Dasgupta v. State In the High Court of Delhi Crl. MC 1255/2008 & CRL MA 4760/2008 Before Justice S. Murlidhar Decided on April 25, 2008 Relevancy of the case: Providing the copy of evidence to the accused under the Official Secrets Act, 1923. Statutes & Provisions Involved • The Official Secrets Act, 1923 (Section 3, 4, 5, 9, 14) … Read More

K K Velusamy v. N. Palanisamy

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K K Velusamy v. N. Palanisamy

K K Velusamy v. N. Palanisamy (2011) 11 SCC 275 In the Supreme Court of India Civil Appeal No 2795-2796/2011 Before Justice R V Raveendran, Justice A K Pattnaik Decided on March 30, 2011 Relevancy of the case: Consideration of Call Recordings as a relevant fact and admitting them as an evidence under Section 151 CPC. Statutes & Provisions Involved … Read More

Madras High Court says electronic evidence is admissible under Sec 62 without 65B certificate

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At this stage itself, I find it imperative to direct our readers to this post about Digital Evidence Law in India. Before talking about the recent order of the Madurai Bench of the High Court, we must take a look at what is the difference between primary and secondary electronic evidence. Primary Electronic Evidence, legally speaking is something a lawyer would … Read More

Where we stand after 15 years of IT Act !!

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17th October 2000 marked the beginning of nothing less than a revolution in Indian cyberspace. It was a birth of new era where IT Law came into existence defining boundaries, powers and governing people’s action online. Today as we complete 15 years of this revolution, let’s take a look at how far we have come. Though the act came into … Read More