Karnataka HC dismisses pleas by former BCI Vice-Chairman, Law College Principal in corruption caseSeptember 4 2019
The Karnataka High Court has dismissed revision petitions filed by a former Vice-Chairman of the Bar Council of India (BCI) and a Principal of a law college in Bangalore challenging an order of a Special CBI Judge in a corruption case filed against them.
In 2012, the Special CBI Court at Bangalore had dismissed applications filed by the accused seeking discharge in a case filed against them under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
R Dhanpal Raj, an advocate practising at . . .
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