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SC to Judges: Be Cautious While Making Adverse Remarks During Live Streaming - (22 Mar 2023)

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Supreme Court while observing that remarks made during live-streaming have far reaching consequences has cautioned judges against passing adverse remarks against parties involved, and must do so with proper justification, in the right forum, and only if it is necessary to meet the ends of justice.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   ADVERSE REMARKS   LIVE-STREAMING   JUDGES  

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