Circumstantial Evidence: Admissibility, Weightage and Risk Factor in Criminal Cases

Evidence can broadly be classified as direct and circumstantial evidence. In a layman’s understanding, circumstantial evidence is simply a collection of facts or evidence which, on a deductive method of reasoning and proper analysis, gives a concrete conclusion. An example below will help us visualize the core concept of both the type of evidences. ScenarioContinue reading “Circumstantial Evidence: Admissibility, Weightage and Risk Factor in Criminal Cases”