Mary Shim v Public Prosecutor [1962] MLJ 132

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A Hearsay evidence is an evidence in which a witness testifies in court about what he heard from a third party who is not himself called a witness. Hearsay evidence was usually rejected by the court. But there’s certain situation in which Hearsay evidence was admitted in court.

One of the situation in which hearsay evidence was admissible had been portrayed in the case of Mary Shim v Public prosecutor. This case had been presented by students from batch DCI 7 under the subject of Criminal Evidence (LAW 1409).

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