A is tried upon a charge of theft as S servant and acquitted. He cannot afterwards,
while the acquittal remains In force, be charged with theft as a servant, or, upon the same
facts, with theft simply, or with criminal breach of trust.
(b) A is tried upon a charge of murder and. acquitted. There is no charge of robbery; but it
appears from the facts that A committed robbery at the time when the murder was
committed; he may afterwards be charged with, and tried for robbery,
(c) A is tried for causing grievous hurt and convicted. The person injured afterwards dies.
A may be tried again for culpable homicide.
(d) A is charged before the Court of Session and convicted of the culpable homicide of B.
A may not afterwards be tried on the same facts for the murder of B.
A is charged by a Magistrate of the First Class with, and convicted by him of, voluntary
causing hurt to S. A may not afterwards be tried for voluntarily causing grievous hurt to B
on the same facts, unless the case comes within paragraph 3 of the section.
(f) A is charged by a Magistrate of the Second Class with, and convicted by him of, theft of
property from the person of B. A may be subsequently charged with, and tried for, robbery
on the same facts.
(g) A, B and C are charged by a Magistrate of the First Class with, and. convicted by him
of robbing D. A, B and C may afterwards be charged with, and tried for, dacoity on the