PROCEDURE TO CHANGE THE LAWYER DURING PENDENCY OF A CASE

In any litigation or court case, Civil or Criminal, the lawyer-client relationship is intricate. It is part exercise in teamwork and part close relationship requiring the revealing and maintaining of sensitive and confidential personal information. In all aspects, this relationship between the lawyer and the client is based on mutual trust and privacy. Once theRead more about PROCEDURE TO CHANGE THE LAWYER DURING PENDENCY OF A CASE[…]

SPECIAL POCSO COURT IN RAJASTHAN COMPLETES RAPE TRIAL IN 5 DAYS

In an Exemplary move, Sh. Anil Kaushik, District & Sessions Judge, (POCSO Court), Sikar, Rajasthan completed a court trial of rape of a four year old girl in five working days. The incident occurred on 30th January and the proactive approach of Sikar police led to filing of the charge-sheet on 4th February, after whichRead more about SPECIAL POCSO COURT IN RAJASTHAN COMPLETES RAPE TRIAL IN 5 DAYS[…]

EVEN AFTER DISCLOSURE MADE BY CANDIDATE OF PENDING CRIMINAL CASES, EMPLOYER CAN CONSIDER ANTECEDENTS AND SUITABILITY BEFORE OFFERING JOB: SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court has observed that even after disclosure is made by a candidate about criminal cases pending against him, the employer would be well within his rights to consider the antecedents and the suitability of the candidate. While considering so, employer can certainly take into account the job profile for which the selection isRead more about EVEN AFTER DISCLOSURE MADE BY CANDIDATE OF PENDING CRIMINAL CASES, EMPLOYER CAN CONSIDER ANTECEDENTS AND SUITABILITY BEFORE OFFERING JOB: SUPREME COURT[…]

National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), New Delhi Raps Insurance Company For using an Ambiguous Terminology and Directs Payout For Son Killed Riding Bike Registered In Mother’s Name

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), New Delhi recently rapped the United India Insurance Co. Ltd for using an ambiguous term, “owner-driver” in their policy and then refusing a woman’s claim relying on the same. The complaint was filed by the parents of Shobhit Kumar, who had died in a road accident while drivingRead more about National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC), New Delhi Raps Insurance Company For using an Ambiguous Terminology and Directs Payout For Son Killed Riding Bike Registered In Mother’s Name[…]

ENGINEERING DEGREE THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING NOT VALID – SUPREME COURT REFUSED TO GRANT RELIEF ON THE PLEA

Supreme Court Bench of Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre and Justice Uday Umesh Lalit refused to grant any relief to seven petitioners who had enrolled themselves in the years 2004 and 2005 in degree courses in Engineering through open distance learning program from a deemed university and had pleaded the court to declare that their degreesRead more about ENGINEERING DEGREE THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING NOT VALID – SUPREME COURT REFUSED TO GRANT RELIEF ON THE PLEA[…]

TRIAL FINISHED IN 22 DAYS – DEATH SENTENCE FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE & MURDER OF 15 YEAR OLD BY KARNATAKA SESSIONS COURT

A Sessions Court at Kolar District in Karnataka completed the trial of attempted Rape & Murder case in 22 days and pronounced death penalty to a 25-year old coolie for attempted rape and murder of a 15-year-old girl. The Additional District and Sessions Judge Smt. B.S. Rekha, convicted the accused TN Suresh Babu alias BabuRead more about TRIAL FINISHED IN 22 DAYS – DEATH SENTENCE FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE & MURDER OF 15 YEAR OLD BY KARNATAKA SESSIONS COURT[…]