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Question

Statement: "I am innocent", an under trial cried before the judge.

Assumptions:

  1. The judge is likely to believe the under trial and not impart him life imprisonment.
  2. The under trial will be awarded life imprisonment.
A

Only I is implicit.

B

Only II is implicit.

C

Neither I nor II is implicit.

D

I and II are implicit.

Soln.
Ans: c

There is no role of emotion in the judicial process, so I is not implicit. There is nothing that tells us about the details of the crime, so II is also not implicit.


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