• Good Samaritan  Rights  - Accident cases require fastest care and rescue which could be provided by those closest to the scene of the accident. Bystanders clear support is essential to enhance the chances of survival of victim in the Golden Hour i.e. the first hour of the injury - Direct that the court should not normally insist on appearance of Good Samaritans as that causes delay, expenses and inconvenience - The concerned court should exercise the power to appoint the Commission for examination of Good Samaritans in accordance with the provisions contained in section 284 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 suo motu or on an application moved for that purpose, unless for the reasons to be recorded personal presence of good Samaritan in court is considered necessary. (2016)3 PLRSC 823

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