Jitendra Kumar Mishra @ Jittu vs State of Madhya Pradesh 2024 INSC 20 – S 372 CrPC – Appeal Against Conviction

Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973; Section 372, 386 – The appellate court should be slow in interfering with the conviction recorded by the courts below but where the evidence on record indicates the prosecution has failed to prove the guilt of the accused beyond reasonable doubt and that a plausible view, different from the one expressed by the courts below can be taken, the appellate court should not shy away in giving the benefit of doubt to the accused persons.

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