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Pavitra Prabhakar (MBA)     18 April 2012

Duration of cross examination

Respected Lawyers and others '

i want to know from  you that " Is there any time-limit for the cross examination to be completed

i.e. Defence Counsel can take how much time to complete the Cross examination of a witness " ?



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Adv.R.P.Chugh (Advocate/Legal Consultant (rpchughadvocatesupremecourt@hotmail.com))     18 April 2012

No Time limits

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adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     18 April 2012

No time limit

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Pavitra Prabhakar (MBA)     18 April 2012

thanks Sir that it means , Counsel can cross examine the witness for more than one day of hearing and judge has no objection on that.

Nadeem Qureshi (Advocate/ nadeemqureshi1@gmail.com)     19 April 2012

yes, the Advocate daffer the cross-examination if the cross-examination has not completed on that day, the court can't object or pressurize that the cross-examination should finished today.

feel free to call

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stanley (Freedom)     19 April 2012

No time limit and the witness can be recalled anytime for re examination .

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Pavitra Prabhakar (MBA)     19 April 2012

thanks

Nadeem ji and Stanley

looking forward for more valuable suggestion from all there...

MohammedRaffiq Bijapur (Advocate)     19 April 2012

There is no time limit in law for completion of cross examination. but the court can restrict the counsel from asking irrelevant questions to the witness and thereby reduse or save time.

 Regards MA bijapur.

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MohammedRaffiq Bijapur (Advocate)     19 April 2012

There is no time limit in law for completion of cross examination. but the court can restrict the counsel from asking irrelevant questions to the witness and thereby reduce or save time. Regards, M A Bijapur.
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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     24 June 2012

Agreed with the members, as cross examination depends on the nature of the case. 

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