Supreme Court of India Needs Transparency to Ensure Judiciary's Credibility

The author traces the history of the question of judicial accountability through important judgments and argues for a transparent system within the judiciary itself to deal with cases of judicial misconduct.

“I was there. I plead guilty. I don’t know why I yielded to my colleagues… I still feel it was against my conscience. It was an act of weakness on my part. I confess.” (Bhagwati 2011)

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