SUMMARY TRIALS

    A summary trial is the one in which there is no jury to decide the matter. The matter is decided by a judge who may be legally competent or he may be a magistrate. The decision is given on the basis of the facts as well as law in force. The facts of the case are thoroughly looked upon before giving the judgement.

    he objective of a summary trial is to prevent unnecessary obstruction by a defendant. Such defendant is usually the one, in the eyes of the adjudicator, who has no defence and come to a conclusion in an expeditious manner. The defendant is not be allowed to put up a defence where he has none.

  • Section 260-265 of the Code of Criminal Procedure provide for provisions of summary trials

    The current document deals with instances, salient features and Judicial pronouncements in the light of Summary Trials.

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