Supreme Court acquits 3 men on death row for city teen’s rape-murder | India News

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court on Monday acquitted three convicted men death in the brutal murder of a 19-year-old woman in Chhawla, Delhi in 2012.
Arrest all the accused, a bench of CJI UU Lalit and Judge S Ravindra Bhat and Bela M Trivedi blames the trial court and the police, and argues that the court acts as a “passive arbiter” while the prosecution fails to prove the defendant’s guilt by adding in shrinking and slick evidence . Pointing to numerous “obvious negligence” throughout the trial, SC said the prosecution had failed to prove their involvement in the crime beyond a reasonable doubt, leaving the court with no other choice. in addition to acquittal of the accused, despite being involved in a very bad case. crime.
“In the immediate case where the physical witnesses examined by the prosecution had not been cross-examined or adequately examined, and the trial court also acted as a passive arbitrator, we found that appellant – the defendant has been deprived of the right to a fair trial, which beyond the truth cannot be brought by the trial court,” said the presiding officer.
The Supreme Court said that the evidence related to the arrest of the accused was not substantiated by the prosecutor’s office.


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