Supreme Court: No remand hearings without terror suspects

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 11, 2010 16:51

The Supreme Court on Thursday annulled a clause in criminal law that allows a remand extension hearing to go ahead in a terror offense case even without the suspect being present.

A nine-justice panel ruled that the right of the accused to attend his/her hearing was an essential component of fair criminal proceedings.


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