In a month marked by Constitution Bench activity, the Court also heard critical matters on convict remission policy and the Manipur violence
9th Oct 2023More
A 7-judge Bench will examine if MLAs who accept bribes to vote in a house of legislature enjoy immunity from prosecution.
27th Sep 2023More
The Constitution Bench led by Justice Nazeer held that public officials can be convicted for bribery without direct evidence.
15th Dec 2022More
Two out three listed cases before Justice Nazeer’s Bench may now be infructuous.
28th Sep 2022More
Neeraj Dutta v State (Govt of NCT of Delhi)
A Constitution Bench led by Justice Nazeer unanimously held that public officials can be convicted for bribery on the basis of circumstantial evidence if there is no direct evidence.More
C.B.I. v R.R. Kishore
The SC will determine if immunity against arrest extends to older pending cases after the provision granting immunity was struck downMore
Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay v Union of India
The Supreme Court is hearing challenges against the practice of offering and distributing freebies during election campaigns. The Court's decision will determine how political parties contest elections in India.More
Vijay Madanlal Choudhary v Union of India
The Supreme Court upheld the wide investigative powers of the Directorate of Enforcement and the restrictive bail conditions under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.More
Sita Soren v Union of India
A 7 Judge Bench of the Supreme Court will decide whether a legislator enjoys immunity under Article 194(2) of the Constitution from prosecution for accepting bribes to vote in Parliament or an Assembly. The Court will engage with the limits to a parliamentarian's immunity in this case.More