Comments on Acquittal of the Accused before Defence Evidence

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OM PRAKASH

OM PRAKASH

Wrote on 09 February 2020  

Again, learned P. Rajasekharan has proved himself wrong by not mentioning the provision of Section 227 Cr PC, where accused shall be discharged, if after hearing the submission of the accused and the prosecution the judge considers that there is no sufficient ground for proceeding against the accused, he shall discharge the accused and record his reason for so doing. Section 228, framing of charges is after this exercise. 2) Section 311: Power to summon material witness or examine person present, but in practical it is seldom done. However, there are many rulings of the SC on Section 311 Cr PC, which has ruled that Section 311 Cr PC cannot be used for recalling the prosecution witness (who has already been examined and his evidence is over) to fill up the lacunae of the prosecution.



Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Sakthivelu Ramanujam

Wrote on 08 February 2020  

good article



Binod Kumaradv

Binod Kumaradv

Wrote on 08 February 2020  

good article with analysis on facts.



Uttamprakash Singhal

Uttamprakash Singhal

Wrote on 07 February 2020  

Very useful Article in the present scenario particularly for Victimised Husbands and his parents u/s 498A. I would be obliged if I can further be counselled in my particular case. e-mail - uttam1069@gmail.com


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