It’s mandatory for the accused to make a written request if he wants to be treated as a witness u.s 315 of CrPC: Gujarat HC

The Gujarat High Court has ruled that an accused can be a competent witness if written permission or request is made to the concerned court by the accused u.s 315 CrPC. The Bench of Justice Niral Mehta dismissed the accused appeal challenging the Sessions Court order rejecting the accused’s application to be treated as a

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