During the period 15.06.1992 to 12.06.1994, Judicial Officer, Yogesh M. Vyas, was working as a Civil Judge (JD) and JMFC, Visnagar. There were allegations of corruption against him. The High Court had come to the conclusion that no charge of corruption was made out. Since, Justice Vyas had already been out of the job for […]Read more "Compensatory Jurisprudence of Constitutional Courts X"
My Lord, Courts should interpret the Constitution as it would have been understood by ordinary, reasonable citizens alive at the time the Constitution was enacted or Courts should interpret the Constitution as a living organism, one meant to evolve to suit the changing needs and values of contemporary society? “The next loss for Scalia came in […]Read more "The Nature of Judicial Power: Hon’ble Justice Antonin G. Scalia"
“This is not the first time that Shri Nedumpara has attempted to browbeat and insult Judges of this Court. He is in the habit of using intemperate language to achieve his ends before several Judges of the Bombay High Court. Contempt when committed in the face of the Court, Judges’ hands are not tied behind […]Read more "Contempt Jurisdiction III"
“It is high time we re-arranged our law so that the ancient but misleading term “Contempt of Court” disappeared from the law’s vocabulary [Lord Scarman, Attorney-General v. British Broadcasting Corporation,  3 All ER 161]. It is important to remember that while considering the question of disobedience of an order, what must be regarded is […]Read more "Contempt Jurisdiction II / The Revival of Ray XV"
“For Muslims, place of birth of Hazrat Muhammed, i.e. Saudi Arabia, is the most sacred place. Visiting that place is pilgrimage for Muslim community, which is known as performing ‘Haj’. It is the desire of every person of Muslim faith, living anywhere in this world, to visit Saudi Arabia for performing Haj. The Kingdom of […]Read more "Unchartered Ocean of Policy Decision / The Revival of Ray XIII"
Contempt, Yes/No ≠ Mechanical Application of Mind [Sushila Raje Holkar, (2008) 14 SCC 392]. Contempt Jurisdiction = Four Corners of Disobeyed Order [Sudhir Vasudeva, (2014) 3 SCC 373]. Contempt Jurisdiction, Disobeyed Order = Willful Disobedience, Non-Compliance. Hon’ble Justice R. Banumathi, Armugam v. Balakrishnan, [Civil Appeal No. 1510 of 2019].Read more "Contempt Jurisdiction I"
“The College has been habitually indulging in foul play. The bravado shown in an attempt to cheat The Medical Council of India, Government, Court has to be condemned. “Apology is an act of contrition. Unless apology is offered at the earliest opportunity and in good grace, the apology is shorn of penitence and hence it […]Read more "Compensatory Jurisprudence of Constitutional Courts IX : Cringing Coward"