My advocate got me out of cheque bounce case even though there is pressumption in cheque law..
Earlier advocate was asking question in cross which annoyed the court and cross was closed .
My new advocate jointed with an appliction u/s 311 for recall of complainant for cross.The court was not ready but the SC citations of 1991 Mohanlals and recent Natasha singh SC 2013 persuaded the court to recall the complainant.
The cross was lucid fast and tempo was developed step by step. The complainant got confused and contracdicted his own answers and before any body knew what is happening the cross was closed and we won the case.
Few examples of rapid fire cross in this case.
Earlier advocate asked 1) do you maintain accouts reply yes.2) where you had money to give 3) do you file ITR and answers were yes and yes.
New advocate asked have you submitted any accounts answer no.2) Have you stated in complaint when and where you paid money and immediate sub question whether you have submitted that you had so much money at home and and have submitted ITR and accounts showing accused as debtor. answer no, no and no..And have you stated in complaint that when and where the cheque was written answer no.And have you mentioned account no of the accused from which the complaint cheque was given answer no.
There were similar spate of short but pointed questions in rapid fire sequence to confuse the complainant and got our desired answers whiich brough acquittal.