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Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais at Delhi HC: Witness Testimonies Contradict Claims in Charge Sheet On Umar Khalid

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais and Adv. Sanya Kamar further argued that portions of statements against Mr. Khalid were identical to each other.

30th May 2022

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Delhi HC Refuses to Examine Reliability of Witness Statements in Umar Khalid Bail Hearing

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais and the Bench locked horns on whether the Court should evaluate the veracity of evidence while granting bail.

25th May 2022

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Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais at Delhi HC: Inconsistent Testimony Used to Charge Umar Khalid

Witness statement unreliable, Sessions Court Judge erred in denying bail to Mr. Khalid, claims Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais.

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Charge Sheet Wrongly Paints Umar Khalid as a Terrorist, Says Counsel at Delhi HC

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais listed instances where misrepresented facts 'falsely' implicated Mr. Khalid in the 2020 Delhi Riots.

23rd May 2022

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Court Lays Down Restrictions on the Right to Protest

Protests anodize democracy from arbitrary action, however the Court held that there is a need to balance this right with other concerns.

3rd Nov 2020

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Unpacking Original Jurisdiction of SC #2: Legal Precedents

Several cases have been filed under Article 131 particularly in terms of constitutional violations by Central legislations.

4th Aug 2020

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Unpacking Original Jurisdiction of SC #1: History and Scope

Article 131 provides for the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and has a rich constitutional history.

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23rd Jul 2020

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CAA and Assam: 3 Must Reads

Three must-read articles explaining why there is a distinct challenge to the CAA from the State of Assam

27th May 2020

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CAA: Drawing from Johar and Bano – II

The Indian Union Muslim League relied on recent decisions of the Supreme Court to challenge the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019.

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9th May 2020

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CAA: Drawing from Johar and Bano – I

The Supreme Court has been hearing petitions against the CAA. Here are some of the major arguments made by the major petitioners.

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8th May 2020

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