Judicial bias need not be proven in fact, only needs to be tested from ordinary person's viewpoint: Delhi High Court

Justice Yashwant Varma said that a judge represents the face of the judicial system and must, therefore, appear to be just, even handed, independent and neutral.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court has held that judicial bias in a case need not be proven as existing in fact but only needs to be tested from the viewpoint of an ordinary person and evaluated based on the test of reasonable apprehension [Kinri Dhir v Veer Singh].

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