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rules for written arguments in crl cases

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Rules for Written Arguments in Crl Cases

Civil Procedure Code, 1908, Order 18 - Rule 3(A), 3(B), 3(C), 3(D) - Written arguments – prescribes the Laws regarding submitting written arguments to Courts in Civil cases.

What are the Rules/Guidelines/Laws regarding submitting written arguments to Courts in Criminal (Not Civil Please) cases??

 
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Read the following provisions of code of criminal procedure

CHAPTER XXIV GENERAL PROVISIONS AS TO INQUIRIES AND TRIALS 

SECTION 301 APPEARANCE BY PUBLIC PROSECUTORS

 

SECTION 314 ORAL ARGUMENTS AND MEMORANDUM OF ARGUMENTS 

there is no hard and fast rule

limit your written argument

1. brief facts of the case

2. argument on issues raised by courts

3. analysis of evidence and application of judicial precedents

Note: if you raise a question of law, then this should be first discussed in your argruments with material particulars

 
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I agree and concur with the opinion of the above learned advocate who has very properly addressed the subject query, nothing more to add.

 
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