Effect of errors (Section 215)

June 15, 2023

A charge’s omission cannot be considered substantial unless the accused proves, in accordance with Section 215, that the omission actually caused him or that it resulted in a miscarriage of justice.
In layman terms Section 215 No error in detailing either the offence or the specifics that are required to be mentioned in the charge, and failing of defining the offence those details, shall be considered at any point of the case as substance failure , and the accused has to prove that such omission caused him to be misleded by such error or omission, and it has occasioned an error while serving justice.
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