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Coaching2 Succeed   11 October 2020

Help required on judgements on right to life and liberty.

The client is a female senior citizen. She was harrassed and was about to be sent to an old age home by her son.

As no body kept her she went to her daughter. it's been now 10 years that she is away from her son and some relatives.

In the year 2011, 2014, 2014, 2018 and 2019 she was extended threats by her son. She changed few residences but the son would come to know her address.

Now in her current residence she is living for the past 6 months. she filed a criminal writ impleading the son.

The hon'ble high court passed an order for police to evaluate the threat protection and provide security if required.

The police asked the petitioner if any one has come in her current residence. She said no, and based on this the police submitted the report that the threat perception is not true as no cause of action has happened here.

My question to the group:

1. Can we challange this evaluation by police.

2. Can we prove if there is continuation of cause of action, if the cause actions occured at different places and not at one state.

3. Are there any judgements which say that if nothing has happened in the recent past, it does not mean there is no threat. A threat can be executed at anytime.

please help with relevant judgements and points on which this police report can be challanged.


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Suri.Sravan Kumar (senior)     29 October 2020

she should have filed the petition under The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and senior Citizens Act against her son instead of writ petition in High Court for the relief.

Angearret   10 August 2021

The United States Constitution has been a powerful document in shaping the rights of American citizens. In recent years, the Supreme Court has made many decisions on these rights. One such right is that of life and liberty. The top college paper writing service Supreme Court has ruled that this right can be taken by police to protect public safety, but what does this mean for you?


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