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J&K&L HC: Expert Opinion Necessary to Set Criminal Law Into Motion Against Medical Professionals(05.09.2022)

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court has held that court should obtain opinion of the medical expert and if from such opinion, a prima facie case o.....

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Orissa HC: Desist from ‘Two Finger Test’ as it violates Right to Privacy and Integrity(13.09.2023)

Orissa High Court has directed medical professionals to desist from two-finger test in the private part of the sexual assault victim as the test viola.....

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Kerala HC Directs to Notify Order Clarifying Procedure for Medical Professional in Criminal Case(25.10.2021)

Kerala High Court has directed the State to expeditiously notify an order clarifying the procedure to be followed by medical professionals while exami.....

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SC: Medical Professionals Should Not be Dragged into Criminal Proceedings Unless Grave Negligence(17.02.2020)

Supreme Court has observed that the medical professionals should not be dragged into criminal proceedings unless negligence of a High order is shown.

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