Originally posted by : chandrasekhar.7203@ gmail.com
@Helping hand. Thanks very much. I have not seen your reply while posting the second question. Can you enlighten me on the second question.
I hope you are talking about this question
"Also whether the proceedings in court hearings are recorded. If yes, by what mode? And under which topic I can find the subject of Basic Purpose of Court Hearing."
There will be a stenographer like in olden days, now there is a computer operator who will take down what he or she is told to take down by the judge.
In oral arguments/objections two lawyers or sometimes 3-4 lawyers will be talking at the same time. That is a real argument scene in the court.
Given such a case, the judge might miss a point or two here or there, or the computer operator might miss a point.
Though the judge will look into what has been typed, later on. There is no gaurantee that each point has been noted down.
So as I said, it is better to put everything in writing.
In sessions court or the high court, there are hardly any arguments in front of the judge like what I described above.
The judge in a higher court will look only into the merits of the case and in accordance to law will pass an order, when such being the case its better to put each and everything in writing.