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Train officers on handling electronic evidence, HC tells trial courts and police

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The Excessive Courtroom of Karnataka has directed the trial courts and the State Police Division to conduct coaching for his or her officers on receiving, dealing with, storage and preservation, and use of digital proof.

A Division Bench comprising Suraj Govindaraj and Justice G. Basavaraja issued the path after noticing that it couldn’t view a CD, containing video proof in a homicide case, because it was not correctly maintained within the court docket information.

The principal district judges involved must present storage bins or containers, CDs, DVDs, pen drives and so on., that are anti-static anti-magnetic for storing digital gadgets in order that knowledge saved in such gadgets are usually not misplaced until the trial within the prison instances reaches the logic finish, the Bench mentioned.

Additionally, the Bench directed the trial courts and the police to scrupulously comply with the rules issued by the Excessive Courtroom in 2018 on the way by which the digital proof must be dealt with, collected, and preserved.


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