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INDIAN KANOON SECTION 313 CrPC - Code of Criminal Procedure - Power to examine the accused


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  1. In every inquiry or trial, for the purpose of enabling the accused personally to explain any circumstances appearing in the evidence against him, the court?
    1. may at any stage, without previously warning the accused put such questions to him as the Court considers necessary;
    2. shall after the witnesses for the prosecution have been examined and before he is called on for his defence question him generally on the case;
      Provided that in a summons-case where the Court has dispensed with the personal attendance of the accused, it may also dispense with his examination under clause (b).
  2. No oath shall be administered to the accused when he is examined under Sub-Section (1).
  3. The accused shall not render himself liable to punishment by refusing to answer such question, or by giving false answers to them.
  4. The answers given by the accused may be taken into consideration in such inquiry or trial, and put in evidence for or against him in any other inquiry into, or trial for, any other offence which such answers may tend to show he had committed.


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