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    "The time-tested rule is that acquittal of a guilty person should preferred to conviction of an innocent person. Unless th prosecution establishes the guilt of the accused beyond reasonable doubt a conviction cannot be passed on the accused. A criminal court cannot afford to deprive liberty of the appellants, lifelong liberty, without having at least a reasonable level of certainty that the appellants were the real culprits." In which case did Supreme Court hold so?

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    1. Rang Bahadur Singh v. State of U.P. AIR 2000 SC 1209
    2. Ramanath v. State, AIR 1953 SC 420 (Supreme Court)
    3. Sardul Singh Caveeshar v. State of Bombay, AIR 1957 SC 747 (Supreme Court)
    4. State v. Nalini, AIR 1999 SC 2640 (Supreme Court)
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