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relation to a Union territory to which the juris- diction of the High Court for a State has been extended
Central Government Act
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body of deceased No. 1. He found two in- juries, the first one is on 579 the left nipple which ... that it is not proved that these in- juries were received during the occurrence. Regarding the presence of the alleged
Supreme Court of India
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tried by a judge without the aid of a jury. In such cases it is necessary that the judge should ... common law for the judge to warn the jury of the danger of convicting a prisoner on the uncorroborated testimony
Supreme Court of India
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trial of warrant cases by the Magistrate, trial without jury or assessors, restriction of the court's power in granting
Supreme Court of India
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SC1459 (24) ACT: Jury Trial-Charge-Misdirection-Reference by Judge, if and when competent-Plea of General Exception-Burden ... investigation officer it was also not recorded. The jury returned a verdict of 'not guilty' on both the charges
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Sat Paul vs Delhi Administration on 30 September, 1975 Equivalent citations
Supreme Court of India
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accused there was misdirection in the charge to the Jury under s. 34 . The essence of the misdirection consisted ... Sessions Judge's direction to the jury that even though a person may not be present when the offence
Supreme Court of India
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authorise a court to invest itself with juris- diction when that jurisdiction is not conferred by law. (4) Assumption
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Kedar Nath Singh vs State Of Bihar on 20 January, 1962
Supreme Court of India
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Charge to the Jury-Duty of Judge-Misdirection-Effect of- Indian Evidence Act (I of 1872), s. 167- -Improper admission ... given may cause serious prejudice. Summing up to the Jury does not mean merely giving a summary of the evidence
Supreme Court of India
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