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12 June 2017 at 14:42

Rights Of Arrested Persons

  POSTED BY Sarthak Nayar

Indian legal system considers a person �innocent until proven guilty� and therefore the arrest of a person will be a violation of citizen�s fundamental right of Article 21 of Constitution �No person shall be deprived of his li

  4 comments |   605 Views


09 June 2017 at 11:21

Exercise of Discretion by Courts in Deciding Bail Applications

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

When an allegation of a cognizable case crops up against a person, for any genuine or other reason, before the police for necessary legal action, the Station House Officer (SHO) is duty bound to register the First Information Report (FIR). Thereon th

  2 comments |   393 Views


02 June 2017 at 10:53

On Dealing with Malicious Prosecution

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

Malicious cases are on the increase. The educated and rich sections of society such cases are being used as an easy tool to bring someone down. One reason for this the emergence of many poorly drafted women laws enacted for the noble purpose of endin

  8 comments |   322 Views


23 May 2017 at 11:14

Arrest of an Accused: Not a must in every Cognisable Case

  POSTED BY K Rajasekharan

The issue that this article discusses is whether registration of a First Information Report (FIR) against an accused needs to be followed by his/her imminent arrest.Nowadays, when an allegation of committing a cognizable offence comes up against a pe

  6 comments |   518 Views


18 May 2017 at 12:36

Significance of examination of accused u/sec.313 Cr.P.C

  POSTED BY K S N MURTY

The penultimate stage of criminal proceedings is the examination of accused u/sec.313 Criminal Procedure Code which has become a farce like winking of an eye lid by a visually challenged person (with due apologies to them).

  1 comments |   1055 Views


11 May 2017 at 15:49

Relevant considerations for granting bail

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

(a) While granting bail the Court has to keep in mind not only the nature of the accusations, but the severity of the punishment, if the accusation entails a conviction and the nature of evidence in support of the accusations.(b) Reasonable apprehens

  1 comments |   341 Views


09 May 2017 at 12:06

Establishing a conflict between the ocular evidence and the medical evidence: SC

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

State Vs. Azam @Rihan in Crl.L.P.No. 576 of 2016 has held that the victim is the best witness to depose the factum of rape and by whom it was committed and same has to be given utmost importance. Moving forward the Court has held that &ldqu

  0 comments |   191 Views


05 May 2017 at 13:42

SC: Judicial process cannot be converted into an instrument of oppression or harassment!

  POSTED BY Kumar Doab

assment. Supreme Court of India: quashed the Rape Case observing that judicial proceedings cannot be allowed to be converted into an instrument of oppression or

  18 comments |   347 Views


20 April 2017 at 16:10

Do you know medico-legal complexities of Poisoning?

  POSTED BY Sidharth Arora

When a patient of poisoning is brought to a Doctor, even though it is a medico-legal case, medical responsibilities of the doctor assume first importance i.e. saving the life of the patient. Legal duties always take a back seat in such instances. Rea

  4 comments |   244 Views


21 March 2017 at 14:05

Child Sexual Abuse

  POSTED BY Shubham Mishra

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.

  0 comments |   204 Views


07 March 2017 at 11:35

Killers of innocent citizens can forget their families and bail

  POSTED BY Kumar Doab

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

  2 comments |   275 Views


01 March 2017 at 12:07

Quashing of False FIR registered under 498A and 406 of the Indian Penal Code.

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

Quashing of False FIR registered under 498A and 406 of the Indian Penal Code.

  0 comments |   1035 Views


22 February 2017 at 12:27

Detention order quashed!!

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

The Government can pass the detention order in PITNDPS, COPEFOSA etc on the basis of the secret information received and with the recorded reasons.

  0 comments |   166 Views


21 February 2017 at 12:03

‘Preventive Detention’ or ‘Punitive Detention’?

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

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

  0 comments |   401 Views


13 February 2017 at 12:01

Security For Good Behavior - CrPC

  POSTED BY Anil Satyagraha

Security For Good Behavior - CrPC

  1 comments |   562 Views


07 February 2017 at 13:33

Existing procedure for disposal of property pending investigation need reconsideration

  POSTED BY DHARMENDRASINH RANA

Existing procedure for disposal of property pending investigation need reconsideration

  0 comments |   151 Views


13 January 2017 at 15:04

Useful SC and HC Judgments to help you to deny maintenance to a Qualified wife

  POSTED BY Prashant Soni

Useful SC and HC Judgments to help you to deny maintenance to a Qualified wife

  3 comments |   9262 Views


11 January 2017 at 12:21

Quash 498a - Vague allegations in FIR

  POSTED BY Nitish Banka

Quash 498a - Vague allegations in FIR

  2 comments |   334 Views


06 January 2017 at 11:28

Is it a reasonable belief?

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

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

  0 comments |   108 Views


30 December 2016 at 11:58

Bail in NDPS Law

  POSTED BY Kapil Chandna

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

  0 comments |   400 Views










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