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Criminal Appeal Cases to be Heard Physically from 1st October: Bombay HC [READ NOTICE]

By VANDANA KOTHARI      02 October, 2020 03:15 PM      0 Comments
Criminal Appeal Cases to be Heard Physically from 1st October: Bombay HC [READ NOTICE]

As per a notice dated 29th September 2020 physical hearing of Criminal Appeal cases will be commenced on 1st October 2020by the Bombay High Court in all the benches including the High court at Goa. The cases will be heard only during the given time frame i.e., 11 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm. 

The appeals will be heard by the following judges at the principal bench between 1st October and 30th October-

Two separate division benches, firstly the bench comprising of Justice PB Varale and Justice VG Bisht and secondly the bench comprising of Justice SS Jadhav and NJ Jamdar will be sitting on the same dates. The single bench of Justice AS Gadkari and the bench of Justice PD Naik will take up matters for hearing.



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