Judiciary must deliver fast & correct judgement
Normally a stay is granted by session court. After getting stay the accused keeps wasting time for years.
In criminal case satay granted by session court or High Court, goes on for 10 to 15 years,
In order that fast justice is granted, the stay should not be permitted.
I know a recent judgment pronounced, by session court, where Hon. Judge pass order stating, Bail granting is a Law, but such granting bail, removes the fear from committing crime.
The high court agreed with Session court & refused bail, finally the accused went before supreme court & appointing highly expensive counsel (we can’t dream of such money charged by senior counsel) obtained bail.
With all above, it is then assumed that the accused is set free because of corruption.
As a layperson, I say that the bail may be granted by Magistrates court. The accused can then be tried at magistrate court & process may be issued & trial continuous & order is passed.
Only after the above process, the accused may go before higher court,
I think, with the above suggestion, Lot of time may be saved, more
Strict Reformatory Regulations are FAST NEEDED REVIEWING Law Commission , Bar Council and Judiciary .
THIS IS WHY WE MUST DEMAND * Linkage of Aadhar to All Limiting Cash to Rs.2,000/- , Punishments on NON ENFORCEMENT OF IPC will clear all ills and Evils in whole Governance together with Judiciary.* more