Other Topics - By: - Mr. M. GOVINDARAJAN - Dated:- 13-10-2018 - Confession Confession is an admission made at any time by a person charged with a crime stating or suggesting the inference that he committed that crime. Confessions have been used as evidence against criminal defendants since ancient times. Confession is different from admission. An admission represents a statement that tends toward proving guilt. On the other hand, a confession is a fully corroborated statement during which the suspect accepts personal responsibility for committing a crime. Many interrogations result in admissions, rather than a confession. Confession is of two types - Judicial confession and extra judicial confession. Judicial confession Judicial confession is a confession made in a legal proceeding. Judicial confession is made before a committing magistrate or in a court in the due course of legal proceedings. Extra judicial confession Extrajudicial confession means an admission made in proceedings ou

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