Dr. Subodh C Roy

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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-XIV Reply 9 : Then how to carry out the order of causing ‘physical death’ without first causing his ‘legal death?’ — This question is not permitted to be asked by the judicial computer. When it encounters such a contradictory situation it
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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-XIII To inquire into the matter a little further, we must allow the judicial computer to come up with its explanations to see how it tries to justify its impossible behavior. Let us try to imagine what it may possibly reply in
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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-XII Thus it is mandatory that he must not have any ill-will towards the person whose death is caused. Though this Section is somewhat different from the context of the present case yet the attitude of any person aiding a public servant
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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-XI If in that brief interval of time any of his fundamental rights is violated he will be incapable of taking any action against the same as neither he can see the danger approaching nor he can move any of his limbs.
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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-X Thus a prisoner is entitled to all his fundamental rights unless his liberty has been constitutionally curtailed. In State of Maharastra v. Prabhakar Pandurams, [AIR 1966 SC 424], it has been established by the Supreme Court that a prisoner does not
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(Continuation of the previous post) THE EXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE, A Legal Contradiction, Part-IX For this purpose we will restrict ourselves strictly within the bounds of statute laws and judicial decisions, not forgetting even for a moment that compassionate grounds have absolutely nothing to do with, and is extraneous to, the judicial computer. Shedding tears
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