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Hit and run case: Above normal alcohol content in Salman's blood, expert tells court

The 12-year-case is about a road accident in Mumbai's Bandra area on September 28, 2002, which left one dead and four others injured. Earlier, the actor was supposed to be present in the court on September 24, 2014, but he was later exempted from personal appearance.

bollywood Updated: Dec 04, 2014 01:08 IST
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A forensic expert arguing in the September 24, 2008 Salman Khan hit and run case, said in the sessions court on Wednesday that the alcohol content found in the Bollywood star's blood was higher than normal. Khan, accompanied by sisters Alvira and Arpita, appeared for the case hearing in which he is accused of culpable homicide.

The 12-year-case is about a road accident in Mumbai's Bandra area on September 28, 2002, which left one person dead and four others injured.



Earlier, the actor was supposed to be present in the court on September 24, 2014, but he was later exempted from personal appearance.



A witness in the case had told the trial court on October 9, 2014 that he had seen the actor in the driver's seat of his vehicle in a hotel's parking lot on the night when it allegedly mowed down five pavement dwellers.



The witness, an attendant at the JW Marriott Hotel in suburban Juhu, testified against the actor in the trial court stating that it was Salman who was behind the wheel before the SUV left the hotel.