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Court Witness: Inside the Supreme Court of India

Now happier with tareekh than with insaaf from the adalat. Still figuring out vakalath. Trying not to attract 66A wrath. (Yes, I'm a bad poet)

Inspired by Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary, Court Witness provides advocates with the indispensable A-Z to the advocates' profession. Affidavit: A collection of lies that gain the veneer of truth because of the notary's signature. Bureaucracy: Any sufficiently large body organised...
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@CourtWitness1 spots this rather unfortunate formatting snafu in tomorrow’s Supreme Court causelist, turning an unlucky advocate into an apparent instigator of the horrific village-kangaroo-court-ordered gang rape. A cautionary tale for any litigators who might have thought corporate lawyers’ document formatting...
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Draco Dormiens Nunquam Tittilandus* The Supreme Court of India yesterday possibly set the largest bail bond in the history of the world: Rs. 37,000 crores (or about $6 billion) for the release of Subrata Roy from prison. Strictly (and legally) speaking...
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