sec 302(2) crpc

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(Querist)
18 January 2011

sir ,
can a summary trial or calendar case which is triable before a magistrate can be conducted by a private pleader instead of pp r app since the defacto complainant is of the opinion that pp r app will not do justice and they will do favour to accused. what does sec 302 (2) of crpc says.
kly may pls be clarified
tks n rgs
apr

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Guest (Expert)
18 January 2011

YOU MAY SUBMIT APPLICATION TO THE COURT THROUGH YOUR ADVOCATE TO ALLOW HIM TO ASSIST THE PP.COURT WILL ALLOW THE SAME.GOOD LUCK.

Advocate. Arunagiri (Expert)
18 January 2011

You can approach the court to appoint a special PP at your choice or at the choice of the court, other than the regular PP. Normally the court will allow such a petition.l

Sanjay Gupta (Expert)
19 January 2011

you can appoint a defacto complainant's lawyer to help P.P. for conducting the matter.

Ajay Bansal (Expert)
19 January 2011

Yes.You may pray the Court to grant permission of conducting of complainant's case by a private lawyer.

AMAR RANU (Expert)
08 July 2011

Answer is not clear.It seems to be applicable to police cases.
Whether said section of 302 of Crpc is applicable to private criminal complaints pending in Magistrate court?



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