CrPC

Ankush Shivaji Gaikwad v. State of Maharashtra

Supreme Court

05-03-13

(2013) 6 SCC 770 Criminal Appeal No. 689 of 2013

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It is the mandatory duty of criminal court to apply its mind to question of awarding compensation in every case. Power is not ancillary to other sentences but in addition thereto. Use of word “may” in S. 357, does not mean that court need not consider

 

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