Media Trial: An Analysis and its Latest Judicial Trends

  • Kapil Bhatia
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  • Kapil Bhatia

    Student at Law College Dehradun, India

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We live in an admirable nation, India and what governs our nation is our Constitution which is that the supreme law of the land. Right to freedom of speech and expression is guaranteed under art. 19(1)(a) is one among the significant rights enjoyed by our citizen. Media, which is one among the influencing organizations have enough intelligence to utilize these rights. Thus, Media is taken into account to be the backbone of a democratic country like India. Trial by Media is one the foremost indescribable attempt made by the Media by declaring the accused guilty far before the decision of the court. Hence, Media has personified itself into a “Public Court” which is popularly referred to as “JantaAdalat”.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5715 - 5721


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