Constitutionality Of Media Trail

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Neha Sharma, Shivam Pratap Singh, Prof. (Dr.) Anil Kumar Dixit, Dr. Anjum Parvez, Prof. (Dr.) Poonam Rawat, Dr. Vaibhav Uniyal

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On In the end of 20th century  and starting of 21st century , the term 'trail by media' was used to narrate the result of television and  news report coverage on an individual’s  fame by fabricated by a public insight of culpable prior to, or after, a decision passed by the court.There have been countless incidents in recent years where the media has been on the wrong side of the law and has made judgements. The Supreme Court stated that the media and the judiciary are separate entities with separate functions that do not overlap.One is not bound and has no obligation on other to keep their promises. It was suggested that media might focus on journalism rather than acting as a special court. The study demonstrates how the biased essence of several media coverage makes freedom of expression an illegal obstacle to justice administration.

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