Under Section 164 Crpc: The Presence of the Advocate is Not Mandatory when Confession of the Accused Before the Magistrate is Not Recorded by Means of Audio-Video

The Court in the case observed that the advocate's presence is not mandatory when confession of the accused before the magistrate is not recorded by means of audio-video. The offences are so serious that it would be the 'rarest of the rare' case.

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