A three-judge Supreme Court will hear the matter plea seeking to declare the process adopted by some high courts to confer 'senior designations' to advocates through the process of secret voting of the full court as 'arbitrary and discriminatory'.
The Supreme Court today has opined merely the recovery of the stolen property was found from the place of accused does not make them offender and that cannot be considered as the final remark that the things were stolen by them.
The Supreme Court Judge U.U. Lalit has called upon all the stakeholders to ensure that each Police Station in the country must have display boards informing about the Right to Legal Aid and the availability of free legal aid services.
The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned its hearing to July 27 in a plea challenging the Constitutionality sedition law in India as the court earlier in April had issued notice on the plea for reconsidering 1962 Kedar Nath ruling on 124A.
A bench of Justices UU Lalit and Ajay Rastogi while hearing the matter questioned the Counsel about the state's objection regarding the Madras HC order which states that you just have to reserve 4 % seat in consistency with the normal principle that you reserve for the physically handicapped person.
The top court has come out recently with a comment stating that all laws relating to sedition need to be reviewed. This order makes it clear that it was the need of the hour for governments to learn to live with constructive criticism.