'Alibi' Means a Plea by an Accused Person that He - Legal Reasoning

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Choose the most appropriate option:

'alibi' means a plea by an accused person that he

Options

  • was present elsewhere

  • remained in judicial custody.

  • underwent preventive detention.

  • was facing trial.

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Solution

was present elsewhere

Explanation:

The plea of Alibi which means his presence elsewhere at the time of the crime. Hence option "was present elsewhere" is correct.

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