Zahir Yousaf v. State (2017 SCMR 2002)

Where a court finds evidence to be inconsistent, the accused may be acquitted.

Nasrullah alias Nasro v. State (2017 SCMR 724)

The mere fact that an alleged crime took place in the accused’s premises is not sufficient to establish culpability.

Ziaullah v. State (2008 SCMR 1210)

An identification parade is unsafe if it is conducted with unexplained delay, it is a joint parade for multiple accused, and the witness does not identify the accused with respect to a specific role.

Shafqat Mehmood v. State (2011 SCMR 537)

Joint identification parades for multiple accused and parades held after the witness has already seen the accused are unlawful, and render a subsequent in court identification without value.

Javed Khan vs. State (2017 SCMR 524)

an identification parade is required (and in-court identification is insufficient) whenever a witness saw the culprit only fleetingly, and such parade is unsafe if the accused was shown to the witness before the procedure began and if the Magistrate did not certify that others in the parade were of similar appearance.