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KA High Court: Fines to be paid back to offenders, since notice expired in 2004
Can the high court of Karnataka take such a decision? Isn't it against the welfare of society?
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|6th June 2015, 22:48||#2|
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Re: KA High Court: Fines to be paid back to offenders, since notice expired in 2004
our courts seem to just follow the rulebook blindly without thinking. similar thing with the juvenile in the delhi rape case who is going to be a free man soon.
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