in all issues 'circumspection' is vital doctrine of prescription, so hon courts are very careful; see in JJ case on DA case the court worked on all arithmetics very carefully, so when the hon HC failed in calculations the SC took 9 months or so to decide the appeal of the Karnataka govt and convicted, sashikala; and treated JJ's conviction abated means, JJ is not here on earth to defend herself again; so doctrine of abatement' is used. that abatemement is hon 'court's' circumspection.
Except where summons issued but there is bar to insttitute prosecution without sanction of state government such as cr prosecution against a member of society( West Bengal societies Act 1961, section 32.
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