Lapses In Prosecution Too Frequent For Comfort: Delhi HC Raps Public Prosecutor And ASJ

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Decided on: 13th June, 2017 + CRL.A. 962/2015 and Crl. M.(B) Nos.391/2017 & 955/2016 GOPAL ….. Appellant Through: Mr. Abhishek Kumar, Adv. versus STATE ( GOVT OF NCT DELHI) ….. Respondent Through: Mr. Tarang Srivastava, APP for State with SI G.P. Pal, PS Civil Lines. + CRL.A. Read More …

In a case of appeal against acquittal, even if two views are possible, the Appellate Court should not interfere with the conclusions arrived at by the learned Trial Court unless the conclusions are not possible even though the Appellate Court had no limitation on its power to reverse an order of acquittal which has resulted in miscarriage of justice by way of review, re-appreciation and reconsideration of the entire evidence: Orissa High Court-Cuttack.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF ORISSA, CUTTACK Government Appeal No. No. 86 of 1997 From the judgment and order dated 08.12.1995 passed by the learned Chief Judicial Magistrate, Cuttack in Vig. G.R. Case No.31 of 1989. ——————— State of Orissa ……… Appellant -VersusAnanda Chandra Das ……… Respondent For Appellant: – Mr. Sanjay Kumar Das Standing Read More …

Second marriage on conversation of religion is criminal offence if earlier marriage subsists. Supreme Court

PETITIONER: LILY THOMAS, ETC. ETC. Vs. RESPONDENT: UNION OF INDIA & ORS. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 05/05/2000 BENCH: R.P.Sethi, S.S.Ahmad JUDGMENT: S. SAGHIR AHMAD, J. I respectfully agree with the views expressed by my esteemed Brother, Sethi, J., in the erudite judgment prepared by him, by which the Writ Petitions and the Review Petition are being Read More …