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navap (M.D)     16 June 2011

Clarification for some rules

hello sir,

i am nt all from law background but am very mch interested to take this as ma profession but unfortunately it is not possible !!

well let me come to the point directly, i saw one movie n in that accused person was defending himself  n my question is that is there any rule like that and on what bassis court  will let him to defend himself ??


and yea i wanted to see one court hearing and if anyone has the vedio please upload it or else suggest me anyway 


thank you :)


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adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     16 June 2011

In the court anybody can personally defend themselves in their cases. There is no basis for this. You wont get videos of court proceedings.

navap (M.D)     18 July 2011

thank you sir :)

navap (M.D)     18 July 2011

Hello sir ,

ill take an example for my question for example person 'A' has murdered by person 'B' . but police wont get the proper evidence to prove that person 'B' is a murderer . still police will arrest that person 'B' as a suspect .

in this situation do the police have the right to physically torture the suspect ??

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