CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND WITNESS PROTECTION (2020)
RAKESH TEWARI JCR. 2020: 1775-1751
Direct evidence and circumstantial evidence, both provided by witnesses, are the bedrock of every criminal prosecution. The lack of witness protection laws in India is particularly disappointing given that this is a topic that has been addressed by the legislatures of many other modern nations. The Commission highlighted the many challenges the witness faced throughout the trial. The court has played a positive role in many instances by protecting witnesses via a variety of techniques, which has generated a strong push for the development of Witness Protection Programs in India. To combat the hostility, it is suggested that the "National Policy for Witness Support and Protection Witness" be put into place.
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