In the light of the foregoing, the applicant was arrested and the first application for bail was made by the applicant before the Court of First Instance and rejected, and the second application was also rejected. Moreover, even the third bail application was denied. Thus, SLAB, which is responsible for fund management and legal aid, includes both individuals with legal knowledge and individuals with administrative experience, while most of the managers on the management team are lawyers with previous experience working with SLAB. An important lesson of the Scottish system is this division of decision-making and enforcement, which is also crucial for the Indian system to ensure that those responsible for supervision and decision-making do not equally assume full responsibility and accountability for enforcement. especially since the judicial officers responsible for providing legal aid in India will exercise its judicial functions as well as its judicial functions. The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) is the central authority and has been entrusted with a wide range of functions to fulfill the mandate of the LSA Act. His responsibilities include developing programs to provide legal services,4 allocating funds to public authorities, organizing legal aid camps, raising legal awareness, monitoring the implementation of legal aid programs, and participating in social justice litigation.5 Although, in the past, one of the recommendations has been that retired judicial officers be assigned positions after the law. LSA to ensure that the judiciary is not overburdened, The time required to complete tasks is only one side of the coin, and we must not forget that those responsible for the administration of legal aid also have the necessary skills to manage and implement legal aid programmes effectively. According to data collected by the ITRs, the closing balance of the National Legal Aid Fund has steadily increased from Rs 1.15 crore at the end of March 2012 to Rs 51.9 crore at the end of March 2015 and then to Rs 54.02 crore at the end of December 2016, and the closing balances of eight SLSAs have also shown a steady increase in their closing balances.

has entered Crores over the years. This shows that, overall, the resources available for legal aid are not sufficiently used. Subsequently, a report submitted by the Committee headed by Justice P.N. Bhagwati in 1971 recommended that committees be formed at the taluk, district and state levels to provide legal aid.27 This was followed in 1973 by the report of the Committee of Experts on Legal Aid, headed by Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer, in which the Committee examined in detail the various aspects of legal aid. including the role of the judiciary in the legal aid system. The Committee considered that an effective legal aid system must necessarily include the presence of the judiciary in order to increase public confidence in the system, since the judiciary is the guardian of justice.

However, the Committee also noted that «this does not necessarily mean that the judiciary as such should be entrusted with the implementation of a project that is fundamentally a social protection project requiring talents of a different type». [28] The Committee cautioned that senior judicial officials should not be involved in the day-to-day operation of legal aid and that a separate executive chair or executive director should be appointed. to monitor this. The Committee considered that it would be sufficient for the Executive Chairman or Director-General to be a prominent figure in the field of advocacy with experience in social services and administration.29 with judicial officers at each level, but recommended the creation of separate executive bodies at state and national level, which would mainly have the task of supervising the day-to-day activities of the bodies, the executive presidents being persons with legal and administrative skills and qualified as judges of the Supreme Court or Supreme Court. where appropriate.30 64. Legal assistance South Africa. 2015. «Access to Information Handbook,» February 28, p. 2015.

8, available online at Approved-Version-7_-28-February-2015.pdf (accessed October 3, 2017). The main conclusion of South Africa`s legal aid model is that, although the system includes representation from different bodies – lawyers, judges or management experts – it does not limit the qualifications of its senior managers by requiring them to belong to a particular field, but stresses that they must have the necessary knowledge and experience to obtain legal aid. A Danveer was involved in an illegal interstate supply of drugs to foreigners in various states of India for the purpose of rave parties. Therefore, a raid was performed. Charas/Hass with a total weight of 2,210 kg was found. While legal aid is essential to ensure access to justice, it remains a domain closer to the executive than to the judiciary. This is not to say that the judiciary is not necessary in the field of legal aid, the judiciary is undoubtedly crucial, but at the political level and as a supervisory authority, it must be ensured that an effective legal aid mechanism is put in place to guarantee access to justice. However, the effective administration of legal aid, as well as the day-to-day work and implementation of legal aid programmes, are of an administrative and administrative nature, a task to which the judiciary does not have to devote its time. While legal aid was a means of ensuring access to justice, in reality the judiciary itself was not served by an overburdened judicial system, and the transfer of extrajudicial functions from the judiciary to extrajudicial bodies was therefore on the agenda.

The above instructions must be developed in a timely manner, as we are preparing the case for a new hearing on 24 April 1989 at 2 p.m. The case of Bihar and Gujarat, the third and fourth states in terms of high levels of dependency, is unique in that the two states have the greatest differences in sanctioned judicial force and judicial manpower. However, given that Bihar has fewer legal service agencies than Gujarat,35 only about 10 per cent of subordinate magistrates are required to devote time to the administration of legal aid, while about 25 per cent of subordinate magistrates in Gujarat perform both judicial and LSA functions. It should be recalled here that, since the population and number of talukas in Bihar are higher than those in Gujarat,36 it may be ideal, in the interests of access to justice, that the number of legal aid authorities in the State should increase and, in this case, the percentage of the judiciary that spends time on legal aid. Increase. Legal Aid South Africa (LASA) is a legal entity58 governed by a board of directors with broad functions to achieve the objectives of the South African Legal Aid Act 2014.