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Describe India's judicial system and your views about the online proceedings of cases?

The Judiciary can be described as a system of courts that interpret and apply the laws incorporated in jurisprudence. The Indian judicial system follows the common law system based on recorded judicial precedents as inherited from the British colonial legacy. The highest authority lies with the Supreme Court of India also known as the Apex Court, which is headed by the Chief Justice of India. The High Courts and Lower Divisional Courts follow. The High Court is unique to each state. However, Lok Adalats (Individuals's Courts) can also be referred to as a component of the legal system because people can resort to these courts to settle disputes before coming under the purview of the courts.
For various reasons, a lot of cases are pending before the courts already. The pandemic has aggravated this issue even more. It is time now that our courts adapt to this changing trend and take this both as a challenge and an opportunity. The right of access to justice by live streaming of the proceedings has been made possible. Earlier, even the Supreme Court wasn’t able to keep a record of its proceedings for posterity. It is also good for the law students, as due to space constraints they were not allowed to view the proceedings without a pass. Not only the students but the journalists, young lawyers, academicians, civil society activists would also benefit from the live streaming.
Documentation is essential to preserve our history. Otherwise, decisions that have an impact on the citizens’ lives, like the Triple Talaq, Ayodhya, Sabarimala, Section 377, etc., will go with the great lawyers without any documentation. The Supreme Court has regularly made efforts to make justice more accessible, and the results will soon be visible.

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