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    A was convicted by a session court for the offence of murdering B. on an appeal against the conviction, the High Court discharged B, using its powers under the Cr.PC. A few months later, the police while conducting further investigation found more incriminatory evidence against A. they approached the prosecutor, seeking her advice as to whether they could prosecute for B’s murder

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    1. A can be prosecuted for B's murder. The doctrine of double jeopardy is not attracted in this case

    2. A cannot be prosecuted for B' murder, because there was an inordinate delay in the investigation

    3. A cannot be prosecuted for B's murder because of the doctrine of double jeopardy

    4. None of the choices

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