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Accomplice testimony

Naziruddin Ahmad

Accomplice testimony

by Naziruddin Ahmad

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Published by Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs in Dacca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bangladesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Evidence, Criminal -- Bangladesh.,
    • Accomplices -- Bangladesh.,
    • Evidence, Criminal.,
    • Accomplices.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementNaziruddin Ahmed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 65 p. ;
      Number of Pages65
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4077709M
      LC Control Number79902999

      During the final jury charge, the trial court gave a set of instructions on accomplice testimony, see generally OCGA § , which included charges that the testimony of .   I have a law book that explains that a person cannot be convicted on testimony alone, and that there has to be some evidence of the crime being committed by that person. This is because it is so easy for people to lie, so evidence has to back up the testimony. Besides all testimony can be of reasonable doubt if not backed up by factual evidence.

      The law on the testimony of accomplice witnesses embodies four main principles. First, the testimony of an accomplice should be scrutinized with great care, as it comes from a corrupt source, that is, from one who has had a hand in the commission of the crime. See Commonwealth v. Thomas, Pa. 34, A.2d (); Commonwealth v. Sisak. In order to sustain a conviction, testimony by an accomplice to the crime must be corroborated by other evidence implicating the defendant. OCGA § 24 .

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Accomplice testimony by Naziruddin Ahmad Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Accomplice might have served as an entertaining telemovie, but it falls short as a book. The romance between the two main characters, Aaron and Hanna, is beyond plausibility.

The plot moves along like an out-of-control freight train, sacrificing any meaningful character development/5(). Section of the Indian Evidence Act, deals with the Accomplice Witness.

It says that an accomplice shall be a competent witness against an accused person; and a conviction is not illegal merely because it proceeds upon the uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice.

The rule states that: A conviction based on the uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice is not illegal Accomplice testimony book according to prudence it is not safe to rely upon uncorroborated evidence of an accomplice and thus judges and juries must exercise extreme caution and care while considering uncorroborated accomplice evidence.

Someone who is both a witness to a crime and an accomplice in that same crime. In some states, a defendant may not be convicted solely on the basis of an accomplice witness' testimony.

Illustrative case law. See, e.g. Cool v. U.S., U.S. () and People v. Bowley, 59 Cal.2d (Cal. See also. Accomplice. Witness. “An accomplice witness has been described as a discredited witness. It has been said that the testimony of an accomplice witness must be viewed with caution and carefully scrutinized not only because of any interest such witness might have, but because his or her testimony is evidence from a corrupt source.

“[Fernandez v. S Accomplice — An accomplice shall be a competent witness against an accused person; and a conviction is not illegal merely because it Accomplice testimony book upon the uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice.

S Illustration (B) — The court may presume that an accomplice is unowrthy of credit, unless he is corroborated in material particulars. The Accomplice might have served as an entertaining telemovie, but it falls short as a book. The romance between the two main characters, Aaron and Hanna, is beyond plausibility.

The plot moves along like an out-of-control freight train, sacrificing any meaningful character development/5(53).

The Accomplice Book Summary: “Gripping and authentic Kanon’s imagination flourishes [and] the narrative propulsion is clear. A thoroughly satisfying piece of entertainment that extends a tentacle into some serious moral reflection.” —The New York Times Book Review The “master of the genre” (The Washington Post) Joseph Kanon returns with a heart-pounding and intelligent.

Set against the backdrop of the Civil War, The Assassin's Accomplice tells the story of the conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln through the eyes of its only female participant, Mary Surratt, the first woman ever to be executed by the federal government of the United States.

Based on long-lost interviews, confessions, and court testimony, this book reveals Mary's deep/5. Accomplice As A Matter of Law (Revised January )1 Under our law, (specify) is an accomplice because there is evidence that he/she participated in [and was convicted of,] a crime based upon conduct involved in the allegations here against the defendant.

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Given the accomplice's obvious motive to tailor his or her testimony to satisfy the prosecutor, however, such testimony is also quite often of questionable reliability.

Accordingly, lawmakers have sought to safeguard against false convictions based on such testimony. Some jurisdictions require such testimony to be corroborated;2.

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Home» NEWS» Texas’ Accomplice Witness Rule Criminal law disfavors the testimony of an accomplice, for good reason. The policy behind this is clear – factfinders should be leary of trusting those who have a substantial stake in the litigation, especially those with a direct liberty interest.

and attended the division of spoils, some of the accomplice’s testimony can aid the defense. While a careful defense lawyer should always consider the beneficial uses of the turncoat’s testimony, carrying out both constructive and destructive cross-examination of the same witness obviously is a tricky maneuver.

ACCOMPLICE TESTIMONY UNDER CONTINGENT PLEA AGREEMENTS In a criminal case the prosecutor will often make a plea agree-ment with an accomplice of the defendant. Under these tradition-ally sanctioned agreements the accomplice receives a reduced sentence in return for full and truthful testimony during the defend-ant's trial.

Accomplice witness and its admissibility as evidence 1. Accomplice Witness and its admissibility as EvidenceIn the basic sense Accomplice Witness mean a witness to a crime who, either as principal, Accomplice, orAccessory, was connected with the crime by unlawful act or omission on his or her part, transpiring either before,at time of, or after commission of the.

The Case of the Nervous Accomplice The 'Foreword' dedicates this book to Dr. Joseph W. Spelman, the state pathologist of Vermont and an associate professor in Pathology at the University of Vermont. He is a member of the group qualified to investigate deaths in a scientific manner to determine the cause and time of death.5/5(3).Accomplice.

An accomplice shall be competent witness against an accused person, except in the case of an offence punishable with Hadd and a conviction is not illegal merely because it proceeds upon the uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice.trict attorney for an accomplice's testimony is not binding upon the state.

Whiskey Cases, 99 U.S.(). 2. Usually the court calls the jury's attention to the tainted character of the testimony. and to possible motives that could induce the .