The Code of Criminal Procedure; An ACT Passed by the Legislative Council of India on the 5th September, 1861

The Code of Criminal Procedure; An ACT Passed by the Legislative Council of India on the 5th September, 1861

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ...to take 1?rs?" to I5 his trial before the Court of Session or for remanding him, he shall discharge him, unless it shall appear to the Magistrate that such person should be put on his trial before himself, in which case he shall proceed under Chapter XIV. of this Act. 226. When evidence has been given before a Magis-When defendtrate which appears to be sufficient for the conviction mitted for trial. of the accused person of an offence which is triable exclusively by the Court of Session, or which, in the opinion of the Magistrate, is one that ought to be tried by the Court of Session, the accused person shall be sent for trial by the Magistrate before the Court of Session. If the Magistrate is a Justice of the Peace and the accused person is a European British subject, he shall be sent for trial before the Supreme Court of Judicature. 227. As soon as the charge jn which the accused cpyf charge person is to be tried, has been prepared as hereinafter accused perdirected, it shall be read to him, and a copy or transla-son. Witnesses for the defence on the trial. Magistrate may refuse to summon unnecessary witness, unless a deposit be made to defray the expenses of such witness. Record to be forwarded to the Superior Court. Cople) of depositions to be furnuhed to accused. When commitment is made, Magistrate to give notice to tion of it shall be furnished to him, if he require it. The accused shall be required at once to give in orally or in writing, a list of witnesses whom he may wish to be summoned to give evidence on his trial before the Court of Session or Supreme Court. It shall be in the discretion of the Magistrate to allow the accused person to give in any further list of witnesses at a subsequent time. The Magistrate shall receive the...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236517385
  • 9781236517388