Contempt of Courts Law & Practice

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The law on contempt of court is like walking on the tight-rope. While the lawyers in general enjoy a freedom of speech within the courtroom or even outside it but there are limits thereto which, if violated, may injure the authority of the judiciary to ensure the rule of law. The book effectively reflects on the narrow path to be followed by all concerned. Hence, it meets a vital need in the field of administration of justice. The lawyers including judges and witnesses and even persons attending court room trials must find the book indispensable.

Key Features:

• Advocate General – role of
• Criminal contempt of interference – forms of
• Civil and criminal contempt – difference between
• Trial by media – interference when?
• Scandalizing the court – what amounts to?
• Freedom of speech – limitation of

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