Hon’ble Supreme Court held that “Pertinent to the point in the case are two requirements: (i) service of a copy of the judgment to the prisoner in time to file an appeal and (ii) provision of free legal services to a prisoner who is indigent or otherwise disabled from securing legal assistance where the ends of justice call for such service. Both these are. State responsibilities under Art. 21 and apply where procedural law provides. for further appeals as well.“.
Madhav Hayawadanrao Hoskot Vs State Of Maharashtra on 17 August, 1978
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