HC comes to the rescue of Law intern booked by Police for impersonating as Advocate before a Court [Read Order]

In an interesting instance, the Allahabad High Court has granted protection from arrest to a Law Student alleged to have impersonated as an Advocate in Court during the course of a hearing.  The Court noted that it appears prima-facie that the Law Student who is currently an intern ‘over-zealously’ attempted to seek adjournment in a case where one … Read more

Juror caught playing Sudoku during Court hearing, dismissed by Judge

On Friday, a few minutes after Judge Edward Davila brought the Elizabeth Holmes trial into session, he paused the proceedings, and summoned attorneys for both sides and a single juror into his chambers, according to the court’s log. “Court informs Counsel of issue raised re Juror,” the minutes said. The juror, who was dismissed about an hour later, had been … Read more