Trials before High Courts and Delivery to commanding officers of persons liable to be tried by Court-martial are defined under Section 474 and 475 of CRPC 1973. Provisions under these sections are:
Section 474 of CRPC "Trials before High Courts"
When an offence is tried by the High Court otherwise than under Section 407, it shall, in the trial of the offences, observe the same procedure as a Court of Sessions would observe if it were trying the case.
Section 475 of CRPC "Delivery to commanding officers of persons liable to be tried by Court-martial"
(1)The Central Government may make rules, consistent with
this Code and the Army Act, 1950 (46 of 1950), the Navy Act,
1957 (62 of 1957), and the Air Force Act, 1950 (45 of 1950),
and any other law, relating to the Armed Forces of the
Union, for the time being in force, as to cases in which
persons subject to military, naval or air-force law, or such
other law, shall be tried by a Court to which this Code
applies, or by a Court martial; and when any person is
brought before a Magistrate and charged with an offence for
which he is liable to be tried either by a Court to which
this Code applies or by a Court-martial, such Magistrate
shall have regard to such rules, and shall in proper cases
deliver him, together with a statement of the offence of
which he is accused, to the commanding officer of the unit
to which he belongs, or to the commanding officer of the
nearest military, naval or air-force station, as the case
may be, for the purpose of being tried by a Court-martial.
Explanation:- In this Section-
(a) "Unit" includes a regiment, corps, ship, detachment, group battalion or Company,
(b) "Court-Martial" includes any Tribunal with the powers similar to those of a Court-martial constituted under the relevant law applicable to the Armed Forces of the Union.
(2) Every Magistrate shall, on receiving a written application for that purpose by the commanding officer of any unit or body of soldiers, sailors or airmen stationed or employed at any such place, use his utmost endeavours to apprehend and secure any person accused of such offence.
(3) A High Court may, if it thinks fit, direct that a prisoner detained in any jail situate within the State be brought before a Court-martial for trial or to be examined touching any matter pending before the Court-martial.
What is Forms? What are the Power of High Court to make rules? What is Power to alter functions allocated to Executive Magistrate in certain cases? Section 476, 477 and 478 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
What is the procedure for case in which Judge or Magistrate is personally interested? Practicing pleader not to sit as Magistrate in certain Courts? Public servant concerned in sale not purchase or bid for property? Section 479, 480 and 481 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
What is Saying of inherent powers of High Court? What is Duty of High Court to exercise continuous superintendence over Courts of Judicial Magistrates? What is Repeal and savings? Section 482, 483 and 484 of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973