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even the medico legal and bloter is 4 days after the incident?
i mean in a rape case, presenting these two evindences, are they enough to win a rape case?
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Please clarify your question. I think you are talking about medical evidence. If you are talking about medical evidence obtained four days after the incident, then yes it may be admissible, but you can certainly challenge this.
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