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Report No. 77

Q. 59 Medical experts.-

There is a suggestion that in trials other than those for murder, the report of an official medical expert as to the medical examination of any person or the post-mortem examination of any dead body should be permitted to be given in evidence, by making a suitable addition to the present section1 relating to depositions of such experts, subject to the right of the prosecution or the defence to call the expert evidence.

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1. Section 291, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

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