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Sridhar V Sridhar (Employee)     18 March 2020

Do accused need to attend on judgement day in 498a case?

Do accused need to attend on judgement day in 498A case?

On behalf of client a advocate presence is enough?

All the trial proceedings are completed.
 



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Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     18 March 2020

If there is cogent reason ,the Accused can be represanted by counsel.

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Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     18 March 2020

1. Accused presence if mandatory, when judge /magistrate pronounces his oral orders.  IF order is in adverse of the accused, THEN the accused has to be arrested immediately.

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TGK REDDI   18 March 2020

There's no law that an Accused or, for that matter, their Counsel should be present on the day of judgment,      It's up to the Magistrate to, or not to, pronounce judgment without having the Accused up.     The Magistrate can't issue either Summons or Warrant for their appearance.   He must pronounce judgment after a few adjournments whether the Accused is present or absent.      If absent, Warrant is issued.

It's the headache of the police to trace the Accused and make them reap.

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     19 March 2020

Originally posted by : OM PRAKASH
The SC bench of Justices Banumathi & R. Subhash Reddy on 5 Feb 2019 have ruled that, "accused who did not appear on the date of judgement, not entitled to seek judgement copy as of right."

THANKS FOR UPDATE...


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