Rape: Four witnesses. Or a video in good print. DNA test is a big no.
Forced Conversion: A video message at gun point will dismiss the case instantly.
Murder: First of all, a dead body. Then it depends on the murderer. 444 can’t convict. 1 can.
Treason: A tweet would be enough.
Blasphemy: A blame would be perfectly enough.
Abduction: Can’t be proved until the abducted person comes forward himself. But then, he isn’t abducted.
Honor killing: A dead body. Followed by a long trial to freedom for all. After all, it’s a family matter.
Harassment: Ah! Tricky slope of sin. It happens. And it never happens. No evidence is enough. Yet, a blame is enough.
Drugs: No urine test. No blood tests. Nothing for evidence. Depends on who is not in power.
Fraud: Cannot be proved. Banks don’t know who transferred the money to whom and where.
Theft: Clear CCTV footage where the burglar shows his CNIC. Otherwise, a future encounter will close the case.
Virginity: Two finger-test. But it can escalate. In case.
Civil rights: A mutilated dead body would be needed.
Mass Murders: More than one mutilated dead bodies would be needed.
State Violence: Instantly proved. Instantly dismissed. Instant transfers. Instantly forgotten.
Corruption: A jigsaw puzzle where rules and laws are presented but then there are countering rules and laws. Can never be proved. Bureaucracy on both sides.
Civil disobedience: To be a civilian is an enough proof.