Towards Truth as the Only Goal (II of III)

By | April 13th, 2019|Adjudication and Judicial Process, Criminal Law, Evidence Law, Success in Litigation, Tricks of the Trade|

In the second part of his three-part series on truth as the normative goal of judicial process, Justice K. Kannan looks at two tools used in a trial to arrive at the truth – the casting of the burden of proof and cross-examination. He comments on the efficacy of raising certain presumptions in the trial [...]