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Preetpal singh Guliani (ADVOCATE)     23 November 2008


can anyone apprise me of the recent  jugdement of the apex court which says that crl. revision in heinous offences cannot be admitted in routine way



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ashok kumar (advocate)     23 November 2008

Friend ,

please give full detail of the matter to enable to proceed. kindly state the stage of the case in hand. 



Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     25 November 2008

hi frnd,

i also practice in the P&H high court....the same point was raised by some ld. counsel in the court of Justice Mohinder Pal....that guy said there is some SC judgment which would say in such type of cases even sentence can not be suspended....but that counsel could not produce any such judgment even after opportunity was given to him.

in my opinion there can not be a generalised judgment that in henious crimes the revision shall not be admitted because the revisional court is to examine legality of judgment that can be done only after the record is examined though evidence may not be appreciated again.

ashok kumar (advocate)     25 November 2008


right u r becaz  the judgements delivered by the courts differ rom case to case.  

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