prof s c pratihar ( urologist &legal studies) 08 September 2008
prof s c pratihar ( urologist &legal studies) 09 September 2008
dear mr srinivas
my query was --magistrates grant permission to assisted counsel.by that he gets some statutary rights.whether in such circumstance will his written argument be rejected?s.302 crpc bit silent and/or not absolutely positive nor negative.i need bit elaboration .thanks, drscpratihar
N.K.Assumi (Advocate) 09 September 2008
I must admit that there is no grey area in this aspect. If there is any differences between the private counsel assisting the PP, well that can amicably be pointed out to the PP, and with the permission of the Court such private counsel can submit written argument after the evidence is closed in the case and this is clearly spelt out in section 301(2) CRPC.