LLB Part 3 Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics Past Papers 2007-2019

Law of Evidence and Legal Ethics is third and important paper of the LL.B Part 3. The past papers for the Law of Evidence are given here. Check the past papers below to have an idea about the next exam. See the following year wise indexing to see the relevant past paper of LL.B part 3 Law of Evidence and Legal Ethics:

Content Indexing

Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2007
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2008
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2009
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2010
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2011
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2012
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2013
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2014
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2015
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2017
Law of Evidence ANNUAL 2018

LL.B Part 3 Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics Past Papers 2007 to onward

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2007 Paper-III

i) Attempt SIX questions in all, selecting FIVE questions from Part-I (16 Marks each) and ONE question from Part II (20 Marks).

ii) Mere reproduction relevant section shall not be considered an adequate answer. In case of doubt follow the English version.

PART-I

1. Who is competent to testify in Law? Can the following be a competent witness?

  • Lunatic
  • Dumb Person
  • Deaf Person

2. Explain in detail Privileged communication.

3. What is the scope and extent of protection to a from answering an incriminating question? Discuss.

4. An accomplice is unworthy of credit unless he is corroborated on material particulars of his statement. Comment. 

5. Explain Relevant Facts. When facts not otherwise relevant become relevant?

6. What is meant by identification parade and how is it held?

7. Write a detail note on Doctrine of Estoppel.

8. Define Admission. In what circumstances an admission can be proved by or on behalf of a person making it?

9. Describe exceptions of Hearsay Evidence.

10. Who is an expert? When are the options of a third person relevant?

PART-II

11. Describe the etiquette and characteristic of the legal profession. 

12. Write down the qualities of a good advocate.

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2008 Paper III

PART-I

1. What do you understand by “Judicial and Extra-Judicial” Confession? Are they admissible in evidence? If so, How? What is the evidentiary value?

2. Explain the term Judicial Note. Explain the facts which the court can take judicial notice.

3. Can evidence of bad character of accused be given in Criminal Case? How far the character of a party is relevant in a civil case?

4. What are the Circumstances in which judgment of the courts is considered relevant in evidence?

5. Define Admission. In what circumstances an admission can be proved by or on behalf of a person making it?

6. What are privileged communications? what are the reasons for the grant of privileges in respect of:

  • Communication during marriage
  • Professional Communications

7. Under What Circumstances Court can interfere with the cross-examination of a witness? Please explain in detail.

8. Differentiate between Private and Public Documents. How do you prove the public documents? Please Explain in detail.

9.  All relevant facts are not admissible but all admissible facts are relevant? Discuss in detail.

10. What is the scope and extent of the protection allowed to a witness if he is compelled to answer incriminating questions?

PART-II

11. What do you understand by Professional Misconduct of a lawyer? Who can take action against him and to what extent? 

12. Describe the etiquette and characteristics of the legal profession.  

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2009 Paper-III

PART-I

1. Who is competent to testify in Law. Can the following persons be competent witnesses?

2. Admissions cannot be proved by or on behalf of the maker. Please comment, is there any exception to this rule?

3. Explain the term judicial notice. State the facts of which the court can take judicial notice.

4. Define public and private documents. How a public document can be proved?

5. Explain in detail retracted confession. Give illustrations to support your answer.

6. Write short notes on the following:

  • Hostile witness
  • Fact-in-issue
  • Document
  • Expert

7. How would you contradict the statement of a witness made in court by proving his previous statement and under which article of Qanoon-e-Shahadat?

8. Under what circumstances court can interfere with the cross-examination of a witness? Discuss.

9. Does the Burden of Proof ever shift to the accused? If so in what circumstances?

10. All relevant facts are not admissible but all admissible facts are relevant. Discuss in detail.

Part-II

11. What do you understand by the misconduct of a Lawyer? What are the consequences if a lawyer is guilty of professional misconduct?

12. Write a detailed note on the rights and duties of an advocate.

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2010 Paper-III

PART-I

1.  How many witnesses are required to prove any fact? Discuss with reference to the relevant provisions of the Qanoon-e-Shahadat Ordinance 1984. 

2. Explain Public documents and Private documents. How a public document can be proved?

3. All relevant facts are not admissible but all admissible facts are relevant. Discuss fully.

4. Write a note on the Burden of Proof. On whom it lies in civil and criminal cases?

5. How would you contradict the statement of a witness made in the Court by proving his previous statement and under which article of Qanoon-e-Shahadat?

6. Write short notes on the following:

  • Extrajudicial confession
  • Hostile witness
  • Fact-in-issue
  • Evidence obtained through modern devices

7. When facts not otherwise relevant become relevant. Explain with examples.

8. Explain the term judicial notice. State the facts of which the Court can take judicial notice.

9. Admission cannot be proved or on behalf of the maker. Please comment is there any exception to this.

10. Oral evidence must be direct. Please Comment.

PART-II

11. Please explain the duties of an advocate towards his client?

12. What do you understand by professional conduct of a lawyer? What were be the consequences if a Lawyer is guilty of professional misconduct?

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2011 Paper-III

PART-I

1. All persons are competent to testify. Is there any exception to the general rule?

2. Can a witness refresh his memory? If so, in what circumstances? What are the rights of the opposite party?

3. An Accomplice is unworthy of credit unless he is corroborated on material particulars of his statement. Comment.

4. Explain “relevant facts”. When facts not otherwise relevant be relevant?

5. What do you understand by Judicial and Extra-Judicial confession? Are they admissible in evidence? If so, how? What is their evidentiary value?

6. What is the scope and extent of the protection provided by Law to a witness if he is compelled to answer incriminating questions?

7. What is a hostile witness? Can he be cross-examined by the party calling him? What is the evidentiary value of his statement?

8. What do you understand by “Burden of proof’? Does the burden of proof ever shift to the accused? If so, in what circumstances the accused discharges his burden?

9. Explain the term “Judicial notice”. State the factors of which the Court can take judicial notice.

10. Write short notes on the following:

  • Leading question
  • Examination-in-Chief
  • Document
  • Facts-in-issue

PART-II

11. What are the rights and duties of an advocate with regard to Court? Discuss in detail.

12. What do you understand by professional misconduct of a Lawyer? Who can take action against him and to what extent?

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2012 Paper-III

PART-I

1.  Discuss the privilege provided in Article 6 of QSO 1984 regarding evidence relating to the affairs of state. 

2. Discuss the law regarding the evidence of an Accomplice.

3. What is an identification parade? What is its evidentiary value?

4. Can confession made to a police officer be proved against the person making it.

5. Define Public and private document How a public document can be proved?

6. Discuss the law relating to presumptions as provided in QSO 1984.

7. What do you understand by the Doctrine of Estoppel? On what principle of law it is. based and what are its essential elements? 

8. How a witness may refresh his memory? What are the rights of the opposite party when a witness is allowed to do so? Discuss.

9. What is the leading question? When it may be asked? Discuss.

10. What questions are lawful in Cross-examination? Discuss.

PART-II

11. Write a detailed note on the rights and duties of an advocate.

12. Discuss.in detail general principles of legal ethics which a lawyer must observe.

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2013 Paper-III

PART-I

1. What is a dying declaration? Can a conviction be based on it?

2. How can credit of a witness be impeached? Explain with reference to. the provisions of Qanon-e-Shahadat Order, 1984.

3. What is meant by Identification Parade? What is its evidentiary value?

4. What is a leading question? Can a leading question be asked to a witness?

5. Define confession. How it is recorded? What is its evidentiary value?

6. Write a detailed not on the burden of proof When it is shifted to the accused?

7. Define public and private document. How a public document can be proved?

8. Explain the term ‘Judicial Notice’. State the facts of which a court can take judicial notice.

Part-II

9. Discuss in detail the general principals of legal ethics which a lawyer must observe.

10. Explain the lawyer’s duties towards the courts.

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2014 Paper-III

PART-I

1. Who is competent to testify and how many witnesses are required in various legal proceedings for establishing rights and liabilities?

2. What is meant by admission? When admission is allowed to be utilized in favor of the party making it?

3. Sometimes the prosecution has to carry out the identification parade for the identification of accused persons. Discuss the circumstances and the manner in which is should be conducted?

4. Dying declaration is an important piece of evidence. Discuss the law as to it its admissibility and evidentiary value in criminal cases?

5. Character of any party has nothing to do with his case unless the same is fact in issue. Discuss the relevant provisions of the QSO for admissibility of character evidence in civil and criminal cases?

6. How many kinds of judgments are there in the QSO and to what extent they are admissible to prove different facts?

7. Oral evidence is excluded by documentary evidence to prove the terms of written contracts and dispositions of properties. Discuss the circumstances when oral evidence is admissible for removal of doubts and clarification of documentary evidence?

8. What is meant by a leading question? When and how it can be asked?

Part III (legal ethics)

9. Advocates are an important part of our legal system. What qualities a good advocate should possess to play his role effectively?

10. An advocate is expected not to share the communications made to him by his client. Are there some legal provisions on this matter in the QSO? Analyze them in detail?

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2015 Paper-III

PART-I

1. Who is competent to testify and many witnesses are required in various legal proceedings for establishing rights and liabilities?

2. What is meant by admission? When admission is allowed to be utilized in favor of the party making it?

3. Sometimes the prosecution has to carry out the identification parade for the identification of accused persons. Discuss the circumstances and the manner in which it should be conducted?

4. A dying declaration is an important piece of evidence. Discuss the law as to it its admissibility and evidentiary value in criminal cases?

5. Character of any party has nothing to do with his case unless the same is fact in issue. Discuss the relevant provisions of the QSO for admissibility of character evidence in civil criminal cases.

6. Oral evidence is excluded by documentary evidence to prove the terms of written contracts and dispositions of properties. Discuss the circumstances when oral evidence is admissible for removal of doubts and clarification of documentary evidence?

7. How many kinds of judgments are there in the QSO and to what extent they are admissible to prove various facts?

8. Discuss in detail examination in chief, cross-examination and re-examination.

PART-II (LEGAL ETHICS)

9. An advocate is expected not to share the communications made to him by his client. Are there some legal provisions on this matter in the QSO? Analyze them in detail?

10. Advocates are an important part of our legal system. What qualities a good advocate should possess to play his role effectively?

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2017 Paper-III

i) Attempt FIVE questions from Part-I and ONE question from Part II.

PART-I

1. Who is competent to testify and how many witnesses are required in various legal proceedings for establishing various kinds of rights and liabilities?

2. Some categories of communications are considered privileged and no question can be raised about them. Discuss this concept with particular reference to the communications between spouses as embodied in the QSO?

3. Define confession? Discuss the law governing its admissibility and inadmissibility in criminal cases?

4. Discuss the circumstances and the manner of conducting an identification parade along with its evidentiary value?

5. What is meant by the term res gestae? How far and in what manner this concept has been in a court?

6. What do you understand by the term “oral evidence” and how it is required to be adduced in a court?

7. Examining a witness is one of the modes of ascertaining the value of his evidence. Discuss in detail various modes of Examination provided in the QSO?

8. What is meant by primary and secondary evidence? In what circumstances and how secondary evidence is declared to be admissible?

Part-III (Legal Ethics)

9. What are the rights and duties of an advocate under the legal system prevalent in Pakistan?

10. What is meant by professional misconduct? And how a client could avail any remedy if his advocate is found to commit such conduct?

Law of Evidence & Legal Ethics LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2018 Paper-III

PART-I

Qanun-e-Shahadat Ordinance 1984

1. What do you understand by “professional communications”? Explain the nature and extent of the legal obligations of non-disclosure imposed on an advocate in this regard?

2. Dying Declaration is an important piece of evidence. Discuss the law as to its admissibility and evidential value in criminal cases.

3. Discuss the provisions of QSO for explaining the admissibility of character evidence of parties in civil and criminal cases.

4. Define Admission. Explain the circumstances in which admission is allowed to be utilized in favor of the party making it.

5. Evidence of an accomplice is generally not treated at par with other witnesses. Explain the legal provisions of the QSO about his evidence’s evidential value.

6. Elaborate on the general principles of exclusion of oral evidence by documentary evidence and its exceptions under the QSO.

7. What is meant by a leading question? Discuss the law as to permission and prohibition of raising a leading question. 

8. Discuss the law as to impeach the credit of a witness and refreshing memory by a witness as provided under the QSO.

PART-II (LEGAL ETHICS)

9. Legal ethics is the most ignored aspect of the legal profession. discuss its general principles. 

10. Advocates are an important pillar of the Pakistan legal system. Discuss their rights duties for making justice delivery system efficacious and speedy?

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