Does Res Judicata apply on bail?

Res Judicata is a Latin term which means ‘putting an end to the litigation’. It means that once the particular matter is being heard by a competent court and judgement is being passed then a subsequent request to hear the plea again by the same court or other competent courts won’t be allowed. The thought

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Call for Blogs: HNLU Corporate and Commercial Law Blog

[Announcement on behalf of the HNLU Corporate and Commercial Law Blog] The HNLU Corporate and Commercial Law Blog (“CCLS Blog”) is established under the Corporate and Commercial Law Society of Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur. The Society, created in 2017, is an independent, student-run body formed by corporate law enthusiasts of HNLU solely intending to

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Begging Before Someone To Stand As Surety Comes At Cost Of Pride, Accused Shall Be Allowed To Furnish Cash Deposits For Getting Bail: HP HC

In a well-balanced, well-reasoned, well-analysed and well-articulated judgment, the Himachal Pradesh High Court in Abhishek Kumar Singh vs. State of Himachal Pradesh in Cr.MP(M) No. 1017 of 2020 delivered on July 30, 2020 has made it absolutely clear that even accused has a right to live with dignity. It also made it very clear that

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No Interference With Government Conclusion That Use Of Social Media By Army Personnel Enables Enemies To Gain Edge: Delhi High Court

While dismissing a petition challenging the ban on army officers using social media, the Delhi High Court in Lt Col PK Choudhary Vs Union of India & Ors. in W.P.(C) No. 4181/2020 delivered via video conferencing on August 5, 2020 has observed in no uncertain terms that the scope of judicial review over matters concerning

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