UPHJS2018-II
Pre. Exam

86. In a criminal trial, without producing the Chemical Examiner to the Government, the report given by him upon a thing duly submitted for analysis in the course of any proceeding under the Code of Criminal Procedure:
(a) cannot be used as evidence
(b) can be used as evidence only in summons cases
(c) can be used as evidence
(d) can be used only to refresh memory of the investigating officer coming in evidence.

Answer and Notes Answer is C



Explanation: Section 293 of Code of Criminal Procedure provides for reports of certain Government scientific experts. It provides that any document purporting to be a report under the hand of a Government scientific expert to whom the section applies, upon any matter or thing duly submitted to him for examination or analysis and report in the course of any proceeding under this Code, may be used as evidence in any inquiry, trial or other proceeding under this Code. By virtue of section 293(4) Chemical Examiner or Assistant Chemical Examiner to the Government has been included In Government Scientific Experts.

UPHJS2018-2
Pre. Exam

11. In a Criminal trial,without producing the chemical Examiner to the Government,the report given by him upon a thing duly submitted for analysis in the course of any proceeding under the Code of Criminal Procedure
(A) cannot be used as evidence
(B) cannot be used as evidence only in summons cases
(C) can be used as evidence
(D) can be used only to refresh memory of the investigating officer coming in evidence

Answer and Notes Answer is C



UPHJS2018-II
Pre. Exam

84. For the purpose of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, who from amongst the following, may determine the language of each Court in the State other than the High Court?

(a) The High Court of the State
(b) The Supreme Court of India
(c) The State Government
(d) The Legislative Assembly of the State

Answer and Notes Answer is C



Explanation: Section 272 of Code of Criminal Procedure provides that the State Government may determine what shall be, for purposes of the Code, the language of each Court within the State other than the High Court.