The book studies the relationship between medicine and law which has existed for centuries early in India. The Indian civilization was considered as the cradle of world civilization. Since times immemorial, Indians had in-depth knowledge in several sciences including medicine and jurisprudence. The book brings into play some concepts like sudden death, medical certificate, examination of the dead body for a certain specified purpose, the relationship between medicine and law, proper methods for the administration of justice, structure and functions of law courts, and dharma in the context of rule of law (note that dharma is not religion). This book makes an ideal reading for the students of Ayurveda, forensic medicine, clinical medicine and surgery, pharmacy, law and ancient Indian history.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Forensic Science & Investigation|
|About the Author||NA|
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