Saturday, 9 August 2014

The powers of court when a witness doesn't appear in the court of law

When a witness is summoned by the court of law and he doesn't appear, the court can take action against that person. A proclamation can be issued against the appearance of such person publicly and a copy of such proclamation is to be affixed on the main door of that person for appearance on a particular date and time.

If such person doesn't appear after such proclamation, the court of law can further attach any property owned by such person. Even if that person doesn't appear after that then arrest warrants can be issued against such person by the court of law.

If the evidence of any witness is not of material affect then the court can forego such evidence also. However, a material evidence shall be recorded at every cost.

If a person is not in a position to appear in the court of law because of any medical reasons, the evidence of such person can be recorded by the help of local commission.

For further queries regarding the powers of court in cases where the witness doesn't appear, feel free to write us at internationallawyerinfo@gmail.com

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Salman Yousaf Khan
International Lawyer
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