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Shiraj @ Sirajuddin vs State on 13 June, 2017

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2. By the appeal at hand, challenge was brought to the judgment
finding the appellant guilty and convicting him as also to the order on
sentence.
3. When the appeal has come up for hearing, the learned counsel
for the appellant submits that he does not press the appeal on merits so
as to challenge the finding of guilty or conviction for the above-
mentioned offences, restricting his prayer, on instructions, only for
reduction of sentence. This being the first appeal, and consequently
this Court being the final forum on facts, the evidence has nonetheless
been gone through with the assistance of the learned counsel to record
satisfaction as to the correctness of the findings returned.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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