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... On October 12, the Allahabad High Court delivered a judgment in the appeals filed by Rajesh and Nupur Talwar against the orders of conviction and sentence meted out to them by a Special CBI Judge in 2013. The appeals were allowed and the Talwars were acquitted after suffering a jail term of more than four years. From a legal viewpoint, the judgment of the High Court is neither path-breaking, nor does it make any forays into unchartered territory in criminal jurisprudence. It is a classic case of acquittal based on a well-known principle in criminal law — benefit of doubt. The two honourable judges of the High Court who heard the appeal, have delivered separate, concurring judgments, however, it is the short opinion of Honourable Justice Arvind Kumar Mishra that deserves greater notice. After completely agreeing with the conclusions of his brother judge, Justice Mishra records certain observations on the judgment delivered by the CBI Judge. ...Indian Express on Oct. 13, 2017, 3:08 p.m.