Section 41D CrPC

 

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Section 41D of CrPC 1973 :- 41- D. Right of arrested person to meet an advocate of his choice during interrogation - When any person is arrested and interrogated by the police, he shall be entitled to meet an advocate of his choice during interrogation, though not throughout the interrogation.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 41D of Criminal Procedure Code 1973:

Avinash Madhukar Mukhedkar vs The State Of Maharashtra on 27 June, 1983

Bombay High Court 

Manikandan vs S.I. Of Police And Anr. on 29 November, 2007

Kerala High Court 

Ruknuddin Hisamuddin Saiyad vs State Of Gujarat & on 8 October, 2013

Gujarat High Court 

Balakrishnan vs The State Of Kerala on 16 January, 2009

Kerala High Court 

K. Nagabhushana S/O Ramanna vs The State Of Karnataka on 30 September, 2020

Karnataka High Court 

Rajesh S/O Kotrayya Sonnadamutt vs The State Of Karnataka on 30 September, 2020

Karnataka High Court 

Haneefa vs State Of Kerala And Ors. on 8 December, 2003

Kerala High Court 

The Commissioner Of Police vs Shri. Sagar Balu Ubhe on 7 January, 2014

Bombay High Court 

The Commissioner Of Police vs Shri. Sagar Balu Ubhe on 7 January, 2014

Bombay High Court 

Crime No. 796/2011 Of Kalady  vs By Advs.Smt.Mereena Joseph

Kerala High Court 


दंड प्रक्रिया संहिता 1973 की धारा 41-घ. का विवरण :  -  41-घ. परिप्रश्नों के दौरान गिरफ्तार व्यक्ति को अपने पसन्द के अधिवक्ता से मिलने का अधिकार -- जब कोई व्यक्ति गिरफ्तार किया जाता है तथा पुलिस द्वारा उससे परिप्रश्न किए जाते हैं, तो परिप्रश्नों के दौरान उसे अपने पसन्द के अधिवक्ता से मिलने का हक होगा, यद्यपि पूरे परिप्रश्नों के दौरान नहीं।


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