Judicial strictures need to be passed with utmost circumspection, may be devastating to career: Delhi High Court

The Court underlined that every word in a judicial order forms a permanent record and said that use of denigrating remarks against anyone impeaching their credibility is not the best course adopted by a judicial officer.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday expunged remarks and directions against a police officer in a trial court's order after holding that they were unwarranted in view of the facts and circumstances of the case, and could be devastating to his career and reputation. [Ajit Kumar vs State (NCT of Delhi)]

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