Litigants need not argue their case before court with tears and folded hands; judges are not Gods: Kerala High Court

Justice Kunhikrishnan said that even though a court of law is known as a temple of justice, there are no Gods on the bench requiring any obeisance from lawyers or litigants apart from maintenance of decorum.
Justice PV Kunhikrishnan, Kerala High Court
Justice PV Kunhikrishnan, Kerala High Court

Judges are just doing their constitutional duties and litigants or lawyers are not required to argue before the court with folded hands, the Kerala High Court recently observed [Ramla Kabeer v State of Kerala].

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