If the offence is one and the same in both the cases and the accused in the charge-sheet filed are arrayed as accused in the complaint case also, it is necessary that both the cases be tried and disposed of together

Mohmmed Gouse Pasha v. Tummala Venkata Krishna Rao

Andhra Pradesh HC

10/12/2004

2005 CriLJ 1500; Criminal Petition No: 5345 of 2003

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High Court held, since the offence is one and the same in both the cases and the accused in the charge-sheet filed are arrayed as accused in the complaint case also and it is necessary that both the cases have to be tried and disposed of together and this would avoid duplicity of the trial, harassment of the accused and the prolongation.

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