In a trial of summons case, the accused A pleads guilty to the magistrate. The Magistrate records the plea of guilt but does not record it immediately, but later on the basis of his memory. After recording a `plea of guilt’, the Magistrate convicts A. Is the conviction of A valid?

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CRPC Mains Questions Series Part V

Last Updated on 2 months by Admin LB Question: In a trial of summons case, the accused A pleads guilty to the magistrate. The Magistrate records the plea of guilt but does not record it immediately, but later on the basis of his memory. After recording a `plea of guilt’, the Magistrate convicts A. Is the conviction of...

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