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    Section 26 of Indian Evidence Act provides

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    1. Confession made by a person in police custody is admissible

    2. Confession made by a person in police custody is admissible and Confession made in the immediate presence of a magistrate is admissible

    3. No confession made by a person in police custody is admissible

    4. Confession made in the immediate presence of a magistrate is admissible

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