"Law doesn't require IO to give chargesheet copy to complainant first:" Karnataka High Court dismisses PIL with ₹50k costs

The Court imposed costs of ₹50,000 on the lawyer who appeared as a petitioner in person for wasting its precious time.
High Court of Karnataka
High Court of Karnataka

The Karnataka High Court recently dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) petition praying that in criminal cases, a copy of the chargesheet should be provided to the complainant/informant before it is submitted to the concerned court [Amar Correa v. State of Karnataka and Ors]

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