Pronounce Judgments On Conviction Only When It’s Ready; Immediately Supply Free Copy to Accused: Delhi HC

In a significant ruling, the Delhi High Court has emphasized the necessity for judicial officers to pronounce judgments on convictions only when they are fully prepared and to immediately provide a free copy of the judgment to the accused. This directive came in the case of Munna Singh & Anr. v. State of NCT of

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