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In a joint trial where several accused persons are being tried, one accused examines himself as a witness, now:
all the other co-accused, if there are more than one co-accused other than the accused, examining himself as a witness, have a right to cross-examine that accused, on a matter of right
all the other co-accused have a right to cross-examine that accused if the accused examining himself deposing something against one of the co-accused
only that co-accused has a right to cross- examine the accused examining himself as witness, against whom such an accused has deposed something
the co-accused do not have any right at all to cross-examine, the accused examining himself as a witness under any circumstances.
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