[Tarun Tejpal case] Advocates should maintain dignity, sensitivity while reading evidence containing intimate details: Bombay High Court

Maintaining decorum in the courtroom is not merely a superficial means of protecting the image of lawyers and Judges – but it is absolutely essential to the administration of justice, the High Court order states.
[Tarun Tejpal case] Advocates should maintain dignity, sensitivity while reading evidence containing intimate details: Bombay High Court
Justice Revati Mohite Dere and Justice MS Jawalkar

Advocates and litigants are expected to conduct themselves with dignity, sobriety and sensitivity during hearing of rape cases, particularly when reading evidence containing intimate details, the Bombay High Court recent observed [Tarunjit Tejpal v. State of Goa].

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