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R.V.Gopinath (Advocate)     04 January 2011

while delivering judgment

when a district court judge pronouncing death sentence, whether the judge inform to convict there is an appeal it should be filed within  prescribed time. 



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Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     04 January 2011

A judge do inform the convict that he has the right to file an appeal against the judgement.


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in a death sentence whether the accused prefers appeal or not the district court has to submit the case to high court for confirmation.  It is deemed to be an appeal.  As a matter of course the court is not inform.  Because the advocate who defending the accused will enlighten the same., 

R.V.Gopinath (Advocate)     05 January 2011

as per which provision judge has to be informed to convict. thanks for ur response

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