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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3582-3589

Jurisprudence Of Forensic Science Evolution Practice And Future

M Varalakshmi, Dr. Sailaja Petikam.


Forensic Science is the mixed blend of science and law and expert opinion is corroborative in nature to establish truth. The jurisprudence of forensic evidence is essential to understand by forensic expert and other stakeholders of criminal justice system so that the scientific acumen may withstand in the court of law. Forensic Law incorporates guiding principles for law enforcement agencies and the courts to have the best use of scientific advancements in the domain of legal evidence to help the court to reach to truth while administering justice. The forensic evidences, despite being the secondary evidence, are neutral in nature and hence have great corroborative value. This article is the culmination of legal analysis of judgments delivered by the Constitutional Courts in India also we will take a look on law of right against self-incrimination. The research paper is based on the right against self-incrimination and analyzed its scope and nature. It is important to discuss such relevant concepts so that scientific evidence may assist the court in ensuring justice.

Key words: Forensic Science, Jurisprudence, law, self-incrimination etc.

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