Plea Bargaining

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Mary B

 

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January 26, 2014

 

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there are absence of rapid disposal of cases which results in the backlogged courtrooms. Approximately backlog of court cases in Supreme Court stands 33,635, High Court 33, 41,040 and subordinate courts 2, 53, 06,458. According to National Crime Research Bureau Study, nearly 2, 20,000 cases took more than 3 years to reach court and about 25,600 exhausted 10 years before they were completed...
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Also the time between arrest and trials is inordinately long, which affects the conviction rate. To declutter the system, the Indian Government has passed the law of plea bargaining and inserted a new chapter XXI-A in the Code of Criminal Procedure. By Act 2 of 2006. The provision is likely to bring relief to a large number of under trials lodged in various jails of the country and will help to reduce the long pendency in the courts...
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