COURT CITES DISCREPANCIES IN BLOOD SAMPLES IN SALMAN KHAN HIT-AND-RUN CASE!

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday cited a number of lacunae pertaining to the procedures for checking the presence of alcohol in the blood samples of Salman Khan and lack of concrete material on the issue that he had consumed liquor in a bar before the hit-and-run accident on September 28, 2002. Justice A. R. Joshi, dictating his judgment in open court in the appeal filed by Salman against his conviction and five-year sentence by the sessions court, mentioned a series of lacunae starting with the extraction of the actor’s blood samples to its transfer, preservation and testing to check alcohol content in them.

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