Hello Sir ,
I just want to know one legal point .
A trial court has expunged the Defacto complainant\'s testimony due to his/her absence in court for a long time but in that case , there are few witnesses . So , In such circumstances , can accused approach the High Court for quashing of the entire criminal case against him on the basis of trial court\'s order , , expunging of the Defacto complainant\'s testimony ? It would be any advantage for such accused to get quashing order from the High Court ? Because , such accused believes that who had lodged complaint Or who was the prime witness of such case , his/her testimony has already been expunged by the trial court so despite this fact , if such criminal case will continue against the accused then he will only be harassed by day by and nothing more .
So , on the above mentioned grounds , can the accused person go to the High Court for quashing of such criminal case against him .
If possible , please give me the logical answer . Thank You .