Can Private Counsel of Victim examine witnesses and make arguments? Supreme Court answers

Can Private Counsel of Victim examine witnesses and make arguments? Supreme Court answers

The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, held that a private pleader engaged by a victim in a criminal trial only has the limited right of assisting the prosecutor and may not make oral arguments or conduct cross-examination of witnesses.

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