Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Suresh Babu (Self employed)     28 June 2012

Can accuse appeal to higher court

Dear members,

As an accused can he/she appeal in the current court if he/she doesnt get the justice and sure of fighting the case as the enforced accusation is false ..

if so whats the procedure and appealing can be done in any court ?

 

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Nitish Banka (lawyer)     28 June 2012

APPEAL FROM ORIGINAL DECREE
From the judgement and decree of the Civil courts of first instance viz. the Civil Judge, Additional District Judge and the High Court in its original jurisdiction appeal may be filed to challenge the said judgement and decree as the Ist appeals before various courts depending upon the subject matter of the case and its monetary value.
 
For example in Delhi in certain cases, the first appeal from Civil Judge may lie to the Senior Civil Judge but in some other cases it may lie directly to the higher courts. The hierarchy and forums for appeal are set by the concerned High Court from time to time in exercise of its administrative power.

RANJEET SINGH (ADVOCATE)     28 June 2012

YES AN ACCUSED CAN APPEAL ACCORDING TO THE PROVISO OF 372 CRPC TO THE COURT TO W

ravindra (Analyst)     29 June 2012

Yes accused can appeal


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