Liji Anna Thomas
Supreme Court holds the necessity of Joint Trial for Admissibility of Confession Statement under Section 30 of the TADA Act
The Supreme Court in the case of Raja v State of Tamil Nadu held that a confession statement which is not made voluntarily is not admissible as evidence. Further, confession statements of a co-accused are not admitted in the...
Supreme Court dismissed PIL filed against the PM CARES Fund, calls it a Misconceived Petition
Supreme Court dismissed the Public Interest Litigation (Kamal Vijayvargiya vs. Union of India and Ors) in the Supreme Court questioning the legality of the PM CARES Fund. Brief facts of the case On March 28, the Centre set up the Prime...
Supreme Court upholds jurisdiction of High Courts to pass orders exercising power vested under Article 226 of the Constitution
Supreme Court has reiterated through this case that the jurisdiction of High Courts vested through Article 226 of the Constitution to pass orders and judgements interdicting legal fiction arising out of a state enactment. Brief facts of the case Both...