ADPP Past Paper 2017

Here you will find the Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper 2017. ADPP past papers are very beneficial during preparation. These MCQs are a collection of the most important topics that were given in the ADPP examination. So if you about to sit in the competitive examination of ADPP then you must read out all the past questions in this ADPP past paper.

Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper

The following questions were given in the ADPP past paper:

Control of Narcotic Substance Act (CNSA)

The following questions are collected from the Control of Narcotics Substance Act (CNSA):

1.Punishment for transport of 500 grams of narcotic drug within Pakistan may attend to:

A. two years
B. three years
C. seven years
D. ten years
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2. The Control of Narcotic Substance Act 1997(CNSA) came into force on:
A. 01-01-1997
B. 21-03-1997
C. 11-07-1997
D. 31-07-1997
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3. The CNSA 1997 consists of:

A. 67 sections
B. 71 sections
C. 76 sections
D. 78 sections
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4. Opium derivatives include:

A. Opium poppy
B. Diacetylmorphine
C. Opium straw
D. None of above
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5. Warrant of the arrest of any person who has committed any offense under CNSA may be issued:

A. Magistrate
B. Special Court
C. Sub-Inspector authorized by the federal government
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6. A person who knowingly alienates assets frozen under section 37 CNSA commits an offense punishable with imprisonment which may extend to:

A. three years
B. seven years
C. fourteen years
D. imprisonment for life
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7. An appeal against the order of special Court comprising judicial Magistrate lies to:

A. Court of session
B. High Court
C. Appellate tribunal
D. Supreme Court
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8. Notwithstanding anything contained in the extradition Act 1972 all offenses against the chapter of CNSA shall be deemed to be:

A. Extraditable
B. Not Extraditable
C. Political offense
D. Not trial able in Pakistan
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9. The CNSA 1997 consolidate the laws relating to only:

A. Cocaine
B. Coca leaf
C. Narcotic drugs & psychotropic substances
D. Opium
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10. A Sub-Inspector of police can be authorized to break open any door to seize any narcotic drug by:

A. Provincial government
B. DIG police
C. Head of District police
D. Zilla Nazim
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11. The CNSA has replaces:

A. Customs Act
B. The prohibition (enforcement of hadd)
C. The opium act 1878
D. None of A, B, C
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12. Request for mutual assistance to a foreign state is made by the federal government under section:

A. 50
B. 52
C. 54
D. 56
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13. Coca leaf does not include preparation containing cocaine not more than:

A. 1%
B. 2%
C. 3%
D. 4%
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14. Medical hemp means:

A. Cannabis
B. Extract or tincture of hemp
C. Opium
D. Poppy straw
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15. Preparation containing more than 0.2% of morphine is:

A. Cocaine
B. eogonine
C. Opium derivative
D. Resin
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16. A permit for cultivation of the narcotic plant for medical purposes can be granted by:

A. Excise & Taxation Department
B. Director General ANF
C. Federal Government
D. None of A, B & C
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17. Cultivation of narcotic plant in contravention of section 4 CNSA is punishable with imprisonment:

A. Three years
B. five years
C. Seven years
D. ten years
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18. Acquisition and possession of assets through an act or omission relating to narcotic substances is punishable under section:

A. 09
B. 10
C. 11
D. 13
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19. National Fund for Control and Drug Abuse can be constituted by:

A. Federal Government
C. General Public
D. Provincial Government
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20. The Director-General freezing assets of an accused shall inform the Special Court within:

A. seven days
B. six days
C. four days
D. three days
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21. Which of the following statement is true:

A. Cr.P.C applies to all searches under CNSA
B. Cr.P.C applies to all arrest
C. 103 Cr.P.C does not apply to searches under CNSA
D. Search is made under section 21 CNSA
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22. Obstructing an offer in the performance of functions under CNSA is punishable under section:

A. 17 CNSA
B. 88 PPC
C. 353 PPC
D. None of above
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Juvenile Justice System

23. On taking cognizance of an offense of the juvenile court shall decide the case within:

A. Three months
B. Four months
C. six months
D. Nine months
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24. Child means a person who at the time of the commission of offense has not attained the age of:

A. 15 years
B. 16 years
C. 18 years
D. 21 years
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25. Where a child is arrested for an offense punishable with the imprisonment of fewer than ten years it shall be treated as bailable if the child is under the age of:

A. fifteen years
B. Sixteen years
C. seventeen years
D. eighteen years
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26. A juvenile court can be appointed from practicing advocates having to stand at the bar of at least:

A. three years
B. four years
C. seven years
D. ten years
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Finding as the age of a child shall be recorded by:

A. Medical officers
B. Civil Surgeon
C. Juvenile Court
D. Investigation Officer
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28. A child convicted on trial by the juvenile court can prefer an Appeal within:

A. 15 days
B. 30 days
C. 60 days
D. 90 days
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29. Probation Officer is appointed by:

A. District & Session Judge
B. Juvenile Court
C. Provincial Government
D. Federal Government
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30. Which of the following statement in the case of a child is not true:

A. can be handcuffed
B. cannot be put in fetters
C. can be given Corporal Punishment
D. cannot be ordered to labor
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31. Juvenile Court is established by:

A. High Court
B. Provincial Government in consultation with Chief Justice of Pakistan
C. Provincial Government in consultation Chief Justice High Court
D. Chief Justice High Court on the advice of Bar Council
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32. The following shall be present at any sitting of Juvenile Court except:

A. Members of Juvenile Court
B. Guardian of Child
C. Officers of Juvenile
D. reporters of the newspaper
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Parole Laws

33. Probation of Offences Ordinance was promulgated in:

A. 1946
B. 1956
C. 1960
D. 1964
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34. When a court decides to parole an offender on probation, it shall entrust the offender to the charge of:

A. Offender in-charge of the nearest police station
B. Superintendent Officer
C. Probation Officer
D. Lambardar
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35. Parole officer is appointed by:

A. Federal Government
C. Provincial Government
D. Director RFP
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36. Under Cr.P.C a confession of a child is recorded under section:

A. 162
B. 164
C. 172
D. cannot be recorded
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37. Parole means:

A. Pardon of sentence
B. Remission of Sentence
C. Suspension of sentence
D. temporary release for special purpose
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Jail Manual

38. The Prisons Act came into force in the year:

A. 1892
B. 1894
C. 1896
D. 1899
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39. Which of the following is not true about the mere petition of a condemned prisoner:

A. It is submitted in Urdu
B. It is accompanied with the transmission in English
C. It is simultaneously addressed to the president and governor
D. Superintendent shall not attest it
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40. First-class prisoners ordinarily have accommodation for:

A. More than 500 prisoners
B. Less than 500 prisoners
C. Less than 300 prisoners
D. Less than 200 prisoners
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41. Ordinarily from 1st April to 30th September under trial prisoners is not received in the prison later than:

A. 4 P.M
B. 5 P.M
C. 6 P.M
D. 7 P.M
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42. Newly admitted prisoners may be kept in quarantine for not more than:

A. 5 days
B. 7 days
C. 10 days
D. 15 days
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43. A, B & C are sentenced respectively to one month’s imprisonment on 29th, 30th, and 31st January. All of three sentences shall expire on:

A. 28th February
B. 1st March
C. 2nd March
D. 3rd March
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For maintenance of dependents a prisoner is allowed at one time once a week to issue a cheque at cash by the superintendent for an amount not more than:

A. Rs.2000/=
B. Rs.5000/=
C. Rs.10000/=
D. Rs.15000/=
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45. All male adolescent prisoners under the age of 21 years are to be transferred to:

A. Central Jail
B. Borstal jail
C. Habitual jail
D. To a place notified as a prison
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46. The scale of a police escort for five to nine prisoners is:

A. 5 constables
B. 9 constables
C. 1 head, 3 constables
D. 1 head, 5 constables
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48. Ordinarily remission is not earned if the sentence of imprisonment is less than:

A. four months
B. six months
C. nine months
D. twelve months
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48. A Prisoner who voluntarily undergoes surgical sterilization is awarded special remission of:

A. 15 days
B. 30 days
C. 60 days
D. 90 days
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49. Youthful offenders mean a male juvenile who when was convicted was of the age:

A. 15 years
B. 16 years
C. 18 years
D. 21 years
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50. Execution shall not take place:

A. Tuesday
B. Wednesday
C. Thursday
D. Friday
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51. A civil prisoner can be punished with the imposition of:

A. Handcuff
B. Fetters
C. Whipping
D. All of above
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52. A Medical officer shall visit every prisoner in solitary confinement:

A. Daily
B. Twice in a week
C. Once in a week
D. Every ten days
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53. Locking up of the prisoners shall be supervised by:

A. Superintendent
B. Deputy Superintendent
C. Assistant Superintendent
D. Head Warden
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54. No person shall be detained in a Reformatory School after he has attained the age of:

A. 15 years
B. 16 years
C. 17 years
D. 18 years
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55. The probation of Offenders Ordinance was promulgated in the year:

A. 1948
B. 1956
C. 1960
D. 1967
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56. When the court decides to place an offender on probation, it shall entrust the offender to the charge of:

B. Superintendent jail
C. Probation Officer
D. Lambardar
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57. Maximum Period for which a none criminal mental patient can be detained for observation in jail:

A. 24 hours
B. 7 days
C. 15 days
D. 30 days
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58. When a convicted prisoner is of unsound mind, he shall in the first instance placed under the observation of Medical Officer for:

A. 7 days
B. 10 days
C. 15 days
D. 30 days
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59. Procedure in case of accused being lunatic is stated in section:

A. 461 Cr.P.C
B. 464 Cr.P.C
C. 465 Cr.P.C
D. 466 Cr.P.C

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60. A prisoner can be appointed an officer of the prison and such convicted officers are of:

A. Two Grades
B. Three Grades
C. Four Grades
D. Five Grades
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61. For prison offenses under section 45 of the Prisons Act, the superintendent can punish a prisoner by cellular confinement for a period not exceeding:

A. 3 days
B. 7 days
C. 10 days
D. 14 days
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1.Punishment for transport of 500 grams of narcotic drug within Pakistan may attend to:

A. two years
B. three years
C. seven years
D. ten years
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62. A prisoner can be put in iron or mechanical restraint by:

A. Medical Officer jail
B. Deputy Superintendent in case of urgent necessity
C. Assistant Superintendent
D. None of above
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63.The reformatory School act was promulgated in year:

A. 1897
B. 1899
C. 1901
D. 1902
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64. Any youthful Offender may be removed from one reformatory school to another by:

A. Inspector General
B. Provincial Government
C. Board of Management
D. Superintendent
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65. The Punjab Borstal act was promulgated in the year:

A. 1926
B. 1927
C. 1928
D. 1929
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66. Which of the following is not correct with women prisoners:

A. Cannot communicate with mail prisoners
B. Cannot converse with male prisoners
C. is secluded from male prisoners
D. Women enclosure must be visible from any male prisoner
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67. Under section 5(1) of the Boreal act a Court session can order the detention of a male person less than 21 years old in a Borstal institution for a term which shall not be:

A. Less than 3 years
B. Less than 2 years
C. more than 7 years
D. none of above
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68. Power to release on the license under section 15 of the Borstal act can be exercised by:

A. Session judge
B. Magistrate section 30 Cr.P.C
C. Superintendent
D. Visiting committee with the sanction of director
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69. The date of release of a prisoner falls on Sunday, Monday is the gazetted holiday. He shall be released on:

A. Saturday
B. Sunday
C. Monday
D. Tuesday
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70. Ordinarily, remissions are not earned in respect of any sentence of rigorous imprisonment if it is less than:

A. Three months
B. Four months
C. Six months
D. Twelve months
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71. A prisoner sentenced to two years R.I on 12-07-2008 shall be eligible for annual good conduct remission of fifteen days:

A. 1-07-2009
B. 13-07-2009
C. 15-07-2009
D. 01-08-2009

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72. In one year the federal Govt. may award a special remission for a period not exceeding:

A. 30 days
B. 90 days
C. 60 days
D. 120 days
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73. The maximum period of solitary confinement in a term of sentence not exceeding one year is:

A.15 days
B. 1 Months
C. Two months
D. Three months
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74. In case of sudden or unnatural death of a prisoner a report shall be forthwith made to:

B. Inspector General
C. Session Judge
D. Ilaqa Magistrate
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75. No prisoner shall be kept to labor for more than:

A. 9 hours
B. 10 hours
C. 11 hours
D. 12 hours
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Medical Jurisprudence

76. Colour of the skin due to strangulation or suffocation may be:

A. Red
B. Blue
C. Green
D. Cheery red
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77. Colour of a dead body in case of Carbon mono oxide poisoning is:

A. Blue
B. Pale
C. Orange
D. Cherry red
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78. Probability of correct estimation of sex skeleton bones is:

A. 90%
B. 95%
C. 98%
D. 100%
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79. Rigor Mortis sets within:

A. 15 minutes
B. 30 minutes
C. 2 hours
D. 4 hours
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80. Rigor mortis disappears within:

A. 24 hours
B. 48 hours
C. 60 hours
D. 72 hours
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81. Time limit for the exhumation of a dead body in Pakistan is:

A. 2 years
B. 4 years
C. 6 years
D. No limit
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82. Contusion is caused by:

A. knife
B. Pistol fire
C. Lathi
D. Bagger
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83. Feature of abrasion is:

A. Bleeding
B. Starring
C. Total Denudation on the epithelium
D. Partial Denudation on the epithelium
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84. Axila is:

A. Shoulder joint
B. Neck
C. Armpit
D. Ulna
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85. Cardiac pertains to:

A. A card
B. Lung
C. Heart
D. Liver
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86. Dorsal pertains to:

A. Back
B. front
C. left
D. right
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87. Number of Bones forming the spinal column is:

A. 23
B. 45
C. 30
D. 33
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88. Sternum is:

A. Hipbone
B. Knee joint
C. Shoulder bone
D. Breast once
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89. Under Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order (QSO) medical certificate can be only used for purpose of corroboration:

A. Article 144
B. Article 145
C. Article 152
D. Article 157
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90. Opinion of an expert in the relevant fact under:

A. Article 53 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order
B. Article 59 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order
C.54 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order
D. Article 70 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order
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91. Deposition of medical witness is recorded under section:

A. 503 Cr.P.C
B. 506 Cr.P.C
C. 509 Cr.P.C
D. 511 Cr.P.C
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92. Serologist can be summoned and examined by the trial court under section:

A. 502 Cr.P.C
B. 504 Cr.P.C
C. 507 Cr.P.C
D. 510 Cr.P.C
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93. A stillborn child means a child born after:

A. 20 weeks
B. 24 weeks
C. 28 weeks
D. 32 weeks
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94. On receiving information of suicide an inquest report is prepared by police officer under section:

A. 170 Cr.P.C
B. 174 Cr.P.C
C. 171 Cr.P.C
D. 174/A Cr.P.C
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95. The dying declaration of a person is a relevant fact under the article:

A. Article 46(1) of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
B. Article 46(6) of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
C. Article 47 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
D. Article 48 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
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96. The recovery of weapon of offense on the information of accused in police custody may prove under the article:

A. Article 29 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
B. Article 27 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
C. Article 39 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
D. Article 40 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat order
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97. Absence of Alcohol in Urine rules out:

A. Drunkenness
B. Insanity
C. Lunacy
D. None of above
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98. Age of 25 years old person can be determined from all of the following except:

A. Teeth
B. Dimension of the pelvis
C. Ossification of bones
D. Height & Weight
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99. Which of the following does not amount to criminal negligence:

A. Leaving sponge in the abdomen
B. Failure to warn against probable side effects of the medicine
C. Giving wrong infected blood
D. Not doing sensitivity when indicated
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100. Which of the following is true about an expert witness:

A. He cannot volunteer a statement
B. He can express an opinion on the observation made by him or other
C. he cannot draw inference from observation
D. he has no professional training
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