- About Judicial Branch -
Judicial Branch is one of the Administrative Organization in the administrative set up of the S.D.O. (C) Office. The function of the Branch is more regulatory and statutorily. It functions under the control of the Sub Divisional Officer(C).
- Functions & Duties -
The main activities of the Judicial Branch involve conductingcourt cases under Dadenggre Court. The Branch also deals with complaints/disputes and any legal actions / activities individually/party wise. In Judicial matters, the Branch directly receives the complaint/ dispute and any legal actions filed by the public either individually/party etc. However, in matter of Court cases, FIR is usually lodged directly to the Court or in the respective Police Station. A person when arrested is produced in the Court by the Police through the P.I. Court. The Magistrate issues orders whereby the accused may be remanded either in Police or judicial custody. Case records are transferred to the Judicial Branch by the P.I. Court after being Charge sheeted. The power conferred to the SDO(C) is Assistant to D.C. and First Class Magistrate. Trial of cases is as per section framed. The Acts and Rules which the Judicial Branch keep for reference in its normal course of discharging its duties and responsibility is CrPC and as per notifications / circulars issued by Law Department from time to time.
|Sl No.||Name||Designation||Contact No.|
|1||Shri. Earbe T. Sangma||L.D.A||9615163498|
|2||Shri. Disendra Rabha||Process Server||9402508499|