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SC might have limited physical hearings after two weeks: Justice Lalit

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New Delhi: Justice U U Lalit of the Supreme Court today indicated that there is a possibility of physical hearings, in a controlled form and in limited matters, resuming in two weeks.

He also made it clear that for the two weeks in between there will certainly be no physical hearing. “After that we could begin with custodial and death sentence matters,” he said.

The judge said that there could be, maybe, one or two matters a day in the post lunch sessions, “so that social distancing can be maintained and there’s no crowding.”

– India Legal Bureau

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