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UAPA – Period Of Deprivation Of Personal Liberty Pending Trial Cannot Be Unduly Long: SC

While granting bail to the accused, the Apex Court in a learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment titled Ashim @ Asim Kumar Haranath Bhattacharya @ Asim Harinath Bhattacharya @ Aseem Kumar Bhattacharya vs National Investigation Agency in Criminal Appeal No(s). 1525 of 2021 (Arising out of SLP(Criminal) No(s). 6858 of ...
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Bombay HC Commutes Death Penalty Of Three Convicts In 2013 Shakti Mills Gang Rape Of A Photo-Journalist

What bigger proof is needed to prove that life imprisonment is worse than death penalty than this that none other than the Bombay High Court itself in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled The State of Maharashtra (through DCB, CID, Unit-III, Mumbai) v/s Vijay Mohan Jadhav @ Nanu ...
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Forcing Prisoner’s Family To Travel From Mountains To Plains To Meet Prisoners Violate Article 21: Uttrakhand HC

In an extremely commendable gesture aimed at drastically ameliorating the innumerable sufferings of prisoners and his family, the Uttarakhand High Court in a learned, laudable, landmark and latest judgment delivered as recently as on November 17, 2021 has been forthright enough to observe that forcing the family of a prisoner ...
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SC Rightly Overturns Two Bombay HC Judgments On POCSO

In a most significant turn of events, we saw how just recently on November 18, 2021, the Apex Court in Attorney General for India v. Satish and another in Criminal Appeal No. 1410 of 2021 (@ Special Leave Petition (CRL) No. 925 of 2021) and connected appeals, held that touching ...
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