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rahul abhyankar (propietor)     29 September 2011

Can accused do the trial himelf?

i want to know that in criminal case ,can accused fight his case without giving a lawyer and if possible under which section ?


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Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/     29 September 2011

Dear rahul Yes an accused fight his case without any lawyer it his fundamental right under constitution of India too

vijayan (lawyer)     29 September 2011

earlier I have replied same kind of query in detail. Please go through it.

Manav Kalia (Arguing my own cases..)     01 October 2011

I am fighting my dv case myself. So it is very much possible. I am also arguing my own divorce case. You can argue any case in any court in India even supreme court. As per the constitution. You just have to follow the process of representing yourself as party in person. I have permanent brain damage and a speech impairment. So if I can do it so can anyone else..

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