Criminal Law Judgements

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Conviction for offence under section 302 and 392 read with section 34 IPC

 30 April 2013

The genesis of the case of the prosecution was that one Shama Parveen was living in House No.A-32/15, Main Road No.66, Maujpur, that while she was using the first floor as her residential premises she had her own shop in the ground floor where she wa

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Consequences of offence under section 395, 396 and 397 of IPC

 05 November 2012

This appeal is directed against the judgment of the High Court of Bombay Bench at Aurangabad dated 25.04.2007 by which the High Court dismissed the Criminal Appeal No.403 of 2005 and confirmed the conviction and sentence imposed on the appellant for

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The right of the accused with regard to disclosure of documents

 29 September 2012

Two orders of the High Court of Karnataka dated 16th April, 2012 and 28th May, 2012 upholding the rejection of two separate applications made by the appellant herein for certified copies or in the alternative for inspection of certain unmarked and

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Consequence of offence under section 120B read with section 302, IPC

 17 September 2012

These appeals have been preferred by the second accused. Though, in all eight persons were accused of the alleged offences, records reveal that accused Nos. 7 and 8 were absconding even at the time of filing of the charge sheet and hence as many as s

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Discovery, vindication and establishment of truth are the main purposes underlying the existence of the courts of justice

 13 August 2012

The appellant is being prosecuted for offences punishable under Sections 7 & 13 (1) read with Section 13(1)(D) of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988, before the Special Judge for CBI cases at Hyderabad. Around the time the prosecution concluded its e

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Conviction under section 25 of Arms Act entitiled the benefit of doubt regard to the offence under section 302 and 460 read with section 34 of IPC

 17 July 2012

The short case of the prosecution is that on 06.06.2001, H.C. Brij Pal (PW 11), who was posted in the PCR, received an information at about 10.35 PM that firing is taking place at Savitri Nagar near a sweet shop. Accordingly, PW 11 alongwith other po

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As per section 357 imprissionment only on default of payment of compensation subject to the condition of the order

 10 July 2012

The case of the complainant is that on 10/9/2001, the accused and his wife jointly borrowed a sum of Rs.5 lakhs from him and executed a promissory note in his favour. The accused also issued a cheque dated 14/5/2002 in favour of the complainant towar

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Offence of culpable homicide not amounting to murder punishable under Section 304 Part I read with Section 34 IPC and sentence of imprisonment for 10 years and fine upheld

 07 July 2012

Facts giving rise to the commission of the offence by the appellants and their eventual conviction have been set out in the judgment under appeal which need not be recounted again especially because notice in this appeal was issued by us limited to t

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Once a Magistrate take cognizance of offence under sec 190 cannot order further investigation under sec 156(3) Cr.P.C except session court passes such order

 02 July 2012

My attention has been drawn to Section 204 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and it has been argued that no reasons for summoning an accused person need be given. I feel that under Section 204 aforesaid, a Magistrate has to form an opinion that there

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Petition under sec 321 Cr.P.C cannot be file without any basis

 26 June 2012

As per the case of the prosecution, the petitioners, who are stated to be the Directors of M/s Sunair Hotels Limited, approached M/s VLS Finance Limited around December, 1994 with a proposal to finance a hotel project likely to be set up in Gol Marke

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