Child Sexual Abuse is a form of abuse or doing something wrong with malafide intention by an adult or adolescent for sexual stimulation with children.
Dated: 20th February, 2017: Bench of Three Judges headed by The Chief Justice: Supreme Court of India: If someone is involved in heinous offence of indiscriminate killing of innocents, then it is better he forgets his family ties.No parole or interi
Quashing of False FIR registered under 498A and 406 of the Indian Penal Code.
The Government can pass the detention order in PITNDPS, COPEFOSA etc on the basis of the secret information received and with the recorded reasons.
Invariably preventive detention laws provide that detention order may be executed at any place in India in any manner provided for the execution of warrants of arrest under the Cr. P.C. Further Article 22 of the Constitution is the relevant provision
Security For Good Behavior - CrPC
Existing procedure for disposal of property pending investigation need reconsideration
Useful SC and HC Judgments to help you to deny maintenance to a Qualified wife
Quash 498a - Vague allegations in FIR
Though this term is not referred in our legal system as much as the word intention or the knowledge is being referred. But this term is of great significance and plays an important role in respect of the offences wherein the officers of income tax or
Thought as a matter of constitutional jurisprudence, bail is considered as a rule and jail as an exception, but there are certain special laws wherein this principle of constitution is opposite and bails are considered as an exception. The reason b
ABSTRACT.The present article and write-up is an attempt to describe one facet of the question "WHAT CAN BE A DEFENDANT'S STRATEGY TO DISALLOW A WITNESS FROM TESTIFYING IN THE PRESENT CASE, GIVEN THE FACT THAT THE WITNESS IS AN ACCUSED IN
Here are the few judgements for NI 138 Quashing On deposit of cheque amount along with interest @ 18% Pa from the date of cheque till date of payment the proceedings under 138 NI act was quashed. Dalmia Resorts Pvt Ltd V Deepak Gupta (2002)98 DLT 181
A lot much number of cases are coming forward with the forged signatures and the complainants are waiting for end number of years to get justice. The complainants are running pillar to post to get their complaints registered not knowing that the poli
The death sentence awarded to Yakub Memon, the only terrorist accused in 1993 blasts to get death row amongst others, once again ignited the much debated topic of discussion among the jurists, ju
Security cheques and offence under section 138 NI actBy Advocate Nitish BankaAdv. Supreme CourtSecurity cheques are the cheques only like any other cheques and they create same liability to discharge as if they are the ordinary cheques and attract t
The necessity to grant anticipatory bail arises mainly because sometimes influential persons try to implicate their rivals in false case for the purpose of disgracing them or for other purpose by getting them detained in Jail for some days to get the
After the Nirbhaya Delhi Gang Rape case, “The Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013” came in to force w.e.f 3rd of Feb, 2013. Now this case was recorded as “Rarest of Rare case” in the history of Indian Judiciary case laws. Our par
The right of private defence is a very valuable right and it has been recognized in all free, civilized and democratic societies within certain reasonable limits. Duty to protect the life and property of any person is, primarily, of the state, but no
CHILD WITNESS: Section 5 of Indian Oaths Act, 1873 and Section 118 of Evidence Act, 1872 and held that every witness is competent to depose unless the court considers that he is prevented from understanding the question put to him, or from giving rat