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Trial By Media
Trial By Media

IntroductionThis article was originally confined to the objectionable parallel trial by the media, of a case which may be the imminent or current subject matter of a trial before a Court of...

Tendering Pardon to an Accomplice
Tendering Pardon to an Accomplice

The complex process of tendering pardon to an approver continues to baffle the Bench and the Bar alike. It is more due to want of proper comprehension than due to lack of procedural clarity that no...

Yet another instance of Conflicting Verdict
Yet another instance of Conflicting Verdict

If a Judge is of opinion that the interpretation of a legal provision by another Judge in a reported verdict, is erroneous, then, in the absence of a binding precedent to the contrary either by a...

Cancellation of Bail; Answer to Queries
Cancellation of Bail; Answer to Queries

Justice V. Ramkumar, former Judge of Kerala High Court has written two Articles in Livelaw regarding Cancellation of BailCancellation of Bail ; Kerala HC Jt in James George @ Basaliyos Marthoma Yakob...

My understanding of Order XLI  Rule 22 CPC
My understanding of Order XLI Rule 22 CPC

1. Under sub-rule 1 of Order XLI Rule 22 CPC a respondent may,  not only support the decree (which is wholly in his favour) but also may assail any (adverse) finding against him without filing any...

Inherent powers of the High Court  -  Sec. 482 Cr.P.C.
Inherent powers of the High Court - Sec. 482 Cr.P.C.

Courts subordinate to the High Court have no inherent power  under Sec. 482  Cr.P.C. or otherwise  (See  AIR 1977 SC 2432 -  Mithabhai  Pashabhai  Patel  v. State of Gujarat  - (2009) 6 SCC 332).A...

The Code for Journalistic Ethics
The Code for Journalistic Ethics

After taking into consideration the various draft codes prepared by the All-India Newspaper Editors' Conference (A.I.N.E.C.) and the Indian Federation of Working Journalists, as also the code...

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