“The sword of justice given to a Judge has to be exercise with utmost responsibility and judiciously considering the reforms.”
Allahabad High Court noted that the deceased survived for seven days, thereafter he succumbed to this injury, and viewed that a single injury caused by throwing a piece of brick, which is not a handheld weapon, cannot be categorised as an injury likely to cause death.
While hearing the appeal against conviction for attempt to murder, the Court stated that the accused’s actions fall under ‘causing grievous hurt’ rather than ‘attempt to murder’.
Delhi High Court: In an application filed by Aakash Choudhary (‘petitioner’) seeking anticipatory bail, as FIR was registered against him
Allahabad High Court: The Division Bench of Kaushal Jayendra Thaker and Ajai Tyagi, JJ. while deciding an appeal which was
Delhi High Court: Subramonium Prasad, J., addressed a very pertinent question of whether brandishing a revolver during the act of robbery be
In a case where a compromise was reached between parties, 28 years after an incident left the victim crippled for life, the Court said that such a brutality cannot be ignored which is not against the individual but the crime is against the society which has to be dealt with sternly.
Himachal Pradesh High Court: Sandeep Sharma, J. allowed the bail petition of the appellants who were charged for intentional insult to provoke
Bombay High Court: The Bench of A.S. Oka and A.S. Gadkari, JJ. modified the judgment of trial court and altered the appellant’s conviction under