Is this future CJI changing India’s death penalty jurisprudence, one judgment at a time?October 10 2016
Vasudha Misra & Anuj Agrawal
That he comes to court well-prepared is of no doubt. Moments after the matter is called out, the questions start flying in short, intense bursts. Once in a while, he will refer to notes scribbled to the right of the case file, but this does not happen too often. With a pencil in one hand, he can become animated, leaning over his desk to emphasise a certain point.
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