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CBI special courts

edited December 2017 in Polity & Governance
Where do the CBI special courts (or any other special courts) fit in the hierarchy of Indian courts? Can their decisions be appealed in the high courts or supreme court?

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  • Appeals from these special courts usually lie to the respective High Courts.
  • abhi44 said:

    Appeals from these special courts usually lie to the respective High Courts.

    Thanks
  • CBI courts are usually Presided by Additional Sessions Judge. The have judicial powers of a Sessions Judge under Criminal Procedure Code, but lack administrative powers of Sessions Judge.
    Appeal is preferred before the High Court on questions of law or fact.
    Revision can be preferred either before Sessions Judge or High Court on a question of law.
  • They r simple equivalent to District Judge....
  • edited December 2017
    rudram said:

    CBI courts are usually Presided by Additional Sessions Judge. The have judicial powers of a Sessions Judge under Criminal Procedure Code, but lack administrative powers of Sessions Judge.
    Appeal is preferred before the High Court on questions of law or fact.
    Revision can be preferred either before Sessions Judge or High Court on a question of law.

    Thanks rudram
  • sunny said:

    They r simple equivalent to District Judge....

    Thanks sunny
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