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Medical examination of accused

Jagadeesh Narayanareddy, debunk, common myths, medical examination, accused, Section 53A, rape

Is the potency of the accused relevant to the determination of rape? What is smegma and does it play a role in medical examination? In this video, Dr Narayanareddy tackles these questions with reference to the relevant scientific and legal principles.

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