Advocate Prashant Bhushan has filed his supplementary statement before the Supreme Court in the suo motu criminal contempt proceedings initiated against him, refusing to tender an unconditional apology.
Advocate Prashant Bhushan has filed an application seeking deferment of hearing on sentence where the Supreme Court has held him guilty of contempt of Court till a review petition is filed and considered by the Court.
The Supreme Court today held Prashant Bhushan guilty of Contempt of Court. The court was to deliver its judgment today on the suo motu contempt case initiated against the advocate for two of his contentious tweets that allegedly brought disrepute to the institution of the top court.
After requests received from various Bar Associations and State Bar Councils, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has extended the time limit for the supply of relevant information September 30 for training, as required by the E-Committee of the Supreme Court.
Today the High Court of Madhya Pradesh refused to direct the State not to register a criminal case against the petition. The Court added that it cannot pass an order restraining the police from registering a criminal case