hand with handcuff, arrested

The Court of Appeal in BMD v Public Prosecutor [2015] SGCA 70 stated that “It is trite that where no other evidence is available, a complainant’s testimony can constitute proof beyond reasonable doubt – but only when it is so “unusually convincing” as to overcome any doubts that might arise from the lack of corroboration”

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