High Court Roundup February 2024
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A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts in February 2024

Madras High Court
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Senthil Balaji was arrested and remanded to judicial custody on 14-06-2023 for an alleged offence under Section 3 of PMLA.

Delhi High Court
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“It is mandatory for the Court to issue a reasonable notice of any Court proceedings, including any bail application filed by the accused, to the victim and the victim or the dependent of a victim has a right to be heard at any proceeding under the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes Act (Prevention of Attrocities), 1989.”

High Court weekly Roundup
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A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.

andhra pradesh high court
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“Right to speedy trial is implicit in the broad sweep and content of Article 21 of the Constitution. A quest for speedy trial shall not remain as a desolate mirage but serve as an oasis.”

madras high court
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“In this digital era, it is too late in the day to claim that the e-filing of the final report cannot be construed as the date of filing and it is only the physical availability of papers that should be construed as the actual date of filing.”

NDPS case
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All other three similarly situated co-accused persons have been granted bail by the Rajasthan High Court.

delhi high court
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A woman has lost her life for giving birth to females which should be totally unacceptable to a conscientious society. Such offences must be considered grave and serious when the trial is yet to be begin.

Nawab Malik-2
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In August 2023, the Supreme Court granted interim bail to Nawab Malik for two months, which was subsequently extended in October 2023 by three months.

Delhi Riots case
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Supreme Court said that no further adjournment shall be granted on the next hearing.

delhi high court
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“The petitioner stated that he and the complainant met on a dating App and not on matrimonial App. The allegation of false promise of marriage is only an afterthought.”

himachal pradesh high court
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“As per the result of the analysis, the substance found in the possession of the petitioner was confirmed to be heroin. Since, the petitioner did not produce passposrt and visa, offence under Foreigners Act, 1946 is added.”

rajasthan high court
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“The petitioner argued that both the girls committed suicide by jumping into the canal after writing suicide note. As per report of handwriting expert also, the disputed writing show similarities with the standard writing.”

Madhya Pradesh High Court
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Madhya Pradesh High Court granted bail to the accused based on the examination of key witnesses and his extended period of incarceration.

gujarat high court
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“The father-in-law and mother-in-law watched the lovemaking moments of her own son and daughter-in-law on the TV screen in their bedroom and that they also compelled their son to take nude videos and photographs of the daughter-in-law and shared it on family WhatsApp group.”

delhi high court
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“The petitioner was the mastermind of the criminal conspiracy, whereas the co-accused, who have been enlarged on bail, are merely middlemen who assisted the petitioner in carrying out the conspiracy.”

delhi high court
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“Sensitised to the plight of unsuspecting individuals who fall victim to deceptive mobile applications, the Courts have the responsibility to address the grievances of those who, in their pursuit of technology, end up being defrauded of their hard-earned money.”

rajasthan high court
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“This lethargic attitude of the prosecution is seriously violating the fundamental right of the speedy trial of the petitioner as guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution and in such a situation, the conditional liberty must override the statutory embargo.”

Supreme Court round up
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The festive month of November revolved around some of the major matters before the Supreme Court. The Top Court gave guidelines for streamlining adoption process and expeditious disposal of criminal cases. The roundup covers the top stories for the month along with the segment of Never Reported Judgments and Know Thy Judge.

meghalaya high court
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The Court considered the grant of bail on account of all the relevant factors, gravity and nature of the offence, the extent of punishment, if enlarged on bail, may abscond or tamper with the evidence and witnesses, etc.