Flynote and Headnote
 Criminal Procedure - Charges - date of death in charge of manslaughter or murder:
In a case of manslaughter or murder, the charge should denote the date of death as the date of the crime.
 Evidence - Burden of proof - proof beyond reasonable doubt - 'reasonably possible':
If the accused's case is 'reasonably possible', although not probable, then a reasonable doubt exists, and the prosecution cannot be said to have discharged its burden of proof.
 Evidence - Weight - lying by accused, effect of:
Lying by the accused may render conclusive reliable evidence against him but cannot add weight to discredible, conflicting or otherwise unreliable evidence.