Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Sarmmarmbb (goi)     23 September 2015

What more can be arguments

Respected experts,

i am writing my query again clarifying in a better way than earlier.


Cross-examinations of both petitioner and respondent have been finished.  Now, the matter is fixed by the judge for argument before fixing it Order for divorce.

My query before the experts is 

what more should be done by the petitioner (husband) to strengthen his case?

Can any documentary proof or any suitable judgement be served in the court at this stage too?

Please guide urgently. 


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Dear Sarmmarmbb,

for winning every case in court, cross*xamination must be done cleverly, articulatively which only a few ones have the ability and art to perform.  So, attach urself with such a lawyer who is adept in this art of cross examination. Else you wont be able to win the battle of judicial process.

Best of luck   


1.  Argue based on merits of case.

2. Use relevant citations of relevant HC and SC.

3. Put arguments in writing as there is always a chance of judge not making note of all the arguments of both parties.




you can add new evidence if you have but you have to show cause why you have not added that before. but do it now. after argumentation is over, you cannot add anymore.


Or you argue in person.  You have all capabilities to argue in court.

Sarmmarmbb (goi)     23 September 2015

arixafter argumentation is over, you cannot add anymore.

Sir, can i file it with written arguments before oral ones on the date fixed.

  dont quarrel



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