Trial Court is Duty-Bound to Appoint an Advocate for the Accused if the Accused’s Lawyer Fails to Appear Before the Court: Karnataka HC

The Karnataka High Court has observed that if an accused’s lawyer does not appear before the court when the accused is in custody, then the trial court is bound to appoint a lawyer for the accused. According to the prosecution, the accused committed sexual assault on his neighbor (14). The victim’s brother filed a complaint

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