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In December 2007, a Delhi court had acquitted him after the police had failed to file charge sheet against him in an another murder case. According to the police, Jha was involved in atleast six murder cases.
Earlier, the court had deferred the verdict in the case after Jha had demanded that he be supplied a copy of the judgement in Hindi.
The court had initially written a letter to the district judge seeking a person to translate the judgement but it found that the district courts have no translators.
It had then directed the administrative officer of the court to ensure that either a translator is hired from the Delhi University or a request is made to the High Court to provide translators for assistance through the Registrar General.
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