In a very significant, straightforward and stimulating judgment titled Jagjeet Singh & Ors vs Ashish Mishra @ Monu & Anr in Criminal Appeal No. 632 of 2022 [Arising out of Special Leave Petition (Crl.) No. 2640 of 2022] and cited in 2022 Live ..
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Difference between Acquittal and Discharge BASIS AQUITTAL DISCHARGE Definition Acquittal is when the accused is proven innocent by the court after evaluating all the facts and evidence presented in this case and is ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The doctrine of relation back was prevalent in uncodified old Hindu law, according to which a son adopted by a widow relates back to the widow's deceased husband, and the son is entitled to the estate of his deceased adoptive father ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Confession is a statement made by an accused person that is sought to be proven against him in a criminal proceeding in order to establish that he committed an offence. Section 80 of the Indian Evidence Act gives judicial confessions ev ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Divorce in Islamic law can take place either through the spouses' own actions or through a court order. There are three types of divorce in Islamic law (sharia), each with its own set of rules. The procedure is known as talaq when a ..
Key Takeaways Section 156 (3) of CrPC provides that any magistrate, who can take cognizance of an offence under Section 190 of CrPC, can order the investigation of such cognizable offence by a police officer. After a complaint has been filed before t ..