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HC sends sessions judge back to school to learn law

Gujarat High Court Justice Anant Dave ordered Nandiad sessions judge B B Pathak to go back to the judicial academy for a "training session is to be scheduled with regard to powers to be exercised under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure" (anticipatory bail), which the judge had flubbed in a blue bull poaching case, refusing bail assuming it was a non-bailable offence, when it is in fact bailable. "A bare perusal of the order passed by the Additional Sessions Judge of Nadiad revealed ignorance of provisions of Section 438," said Dave. [PTI]

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