Jayashree was married to Shivaji Chintappa Patil in 1995. They were blessed with two children. On the fateful night of 23rd March 2003, Shivaji and Jayashree went to sleep in their house. At the dawn of 24th March 2003, Ramchandra Chintappa gave a call to the Shivaji, so that they could go to their field for harvesting jawar crop. Shivaji opened the door and expressed his inability to accompany him to the field stating, that Jayashree had committed suicide by hanging.
A trial follows and Shivaji is convicted for murder. The case eventually reaches Supreme Court. Join in, as we examine Circumstantial Evidence.
Shivaji Chintappa Patil v. State of Maharashtra
Criminal Appeal No. 1348 of 2013
2021 Indlaw SC 87
Link to Judgment: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tRZfK0peY7flM5R94RjsoUK0L_VKCTlD/view?usp=sharing
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