Indrani chose at that moment to wave a folded chit from the accused enclosure.Rediff.com It is not often, probably, that senior criminal lawyers Sudeep Ratnamberdutt Pasbola and Shrikant Shivade have cross-examined the same witness on the same day in a Mumbai court. Tuesday, July 3, was the first time it happened in the Sheena Bora murder trial, which has been unfolding at CBI Special Courtroom 51, Mumbai city civil and sessions court, Kala Ghoda, south Mumbai, since February 2017. Their styles do not have much in common. The contrast is intriguing. Pasbola, who is currently one of the busiest lawyers in Mumbai, with always an enormous roster of clients — that have over the years included gangster Abu Salem, Malegaon blast 2008 accused Major Ramesh Upadhyay, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Kamala Mills owners Ravi Bhandari and Ramesh Govani, gangster Arun Gawli, Kannada actor Maria Susairaj, as well as scores of those accused of terrorism, some of them with meagre means — has a steady, nip-at-the-ankles approach that can bring a witness to his knees. It is a more earthy style. There’s noise. Bluster. Drama. He would be right at home in the hurly burly of World Cup 2018. That doesn’t… Read full this story
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