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Q. Cheque Bounce - Conviction

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Anonymous

posted 4 months ago

This is for my friend.
In cheque Bounce case he had been convicted and he has gone for an appeal in session court. In his case, due to not attending the case regularly his advocate could not able to submit any evidence for his support inspite of having the counterfoil slips of deposited amount and a cheque bounced for lesser amount returned by the opposite party has not been submitted to the honourable court I mean lower court. My question is is there any chance in the higher/ session court to submit the same for arguments
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A. Dear Sir,
In the appellate court you try for remand to the trial court if successful your friend can get produce the documents and get acquittal. Approach a good lawyer otherwise conviction will be confirmed it is dangerous law.

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A. Yes sir definitely

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Rameshwar Dadhe

Experience: 2 Year(s)

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A. Definately. Appealing in the sessions will definately help if you have all the relevant evidence with you which couldn't be submitted in the lower court.

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A. Dear Client,
The answer is Yes.
Shanti Ranjan Behera
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