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[Media Trial On Sushant Singh Case] Live-Updates of Hearing Before Bombay High Court

LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK
29 Oct 2020 5:56 AM GMT
[Media Trial On Sushant Singh Case] Live-Updates of Hearing Before Bombay High Court
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Bombay High Court to continue hearing in a batch of PILs seeking regulation of "media trial" in the context of reporting of #SushantSinghRajputcase A bench of Chief Justice Deepankar Dutta and Justice G S Kulkarni hearing the...

Bombay High Court to continue hearing in a batch of PILs seeking regulation of "media trial" in the context of reporting of #SushantSinghRajputcase

A bench of Chief Justice Deepankar Dutta and Justice G S Kulkarni hearing the matter.

Live Updates

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:31 AM GMT

    We would like the media not to cross boundaries. we would also keep within our boundaries : Chief Justice Dutta says.

    CJ Dutta asks ASG to respond to the observations made above.

    Matter posted to Friday.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:30 AM GMT

    This is one area where we expect some arguments. We are not guided by any precedent. We are not shown with any precedent dealing with pre-chargesheet scenario : Chief Justice Dutta.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:30 AM GMT

    Whether reporting by media on ongoing investigation amount to interference in administration of justice under Section 2(c) of the Contempt of Courts Act and should we lay guidelines - this is the issue before us : CJ Dutta.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:29 AM GMT

    Media says it is aiding the investigation. Most welcome. But go to the police under Sections 37/38 of the CrPC and give information to them : Chief Justice Dutta 

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:29 AM GMT

    How does the Post Mortem report comes to the media unless of course it is disclosed? Should we lay down guidelines on these aspects? Chief Justice Dutta asks.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:29 AM GMT

    Is there any law which says that whatever investigation agency collected as evidence should be laid before the public? Where is the obligation for the investigating officer to disclose evidence? Chief Justice Dutta asks.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:28 AM GMT

    Is this welcome in a society governed by rule of law? The submission made is that this is part of investigative journalism. What is investigative journalism -to lay bare the truth : Chief Justice Dutta.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:23 AM GMT

    CJ Dutta on the possible impact of media trial on police officers.

    "Think of a police officer. Can anyone be guaranteed that he will not be influenced? He may be following a particular track. Media says no no this must be the track. He loses track and rounds up innocent".

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:23 AM GMT

    If media identifies that a person is a very vital witness, he could be won over, threatened, or he could be even physically harmed so that he does not give evidence : CJ Dutta tells ASG Anil Singh representing Union of India.

  • 29 Oct 2020 7:22 AM GMT

    If the person is actually innocent, the excessive media reporting can damage his reputation : CJ Dutta tells ASG Anil Singh representing Union of India.

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