Criminal Law Judgements

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Action against delinquent Police Officers for not reg. FIR

 28 August 2008

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S 319 Cr.P.C.

 19 August 2008

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Common Intention

 13 August 2008

common intention pre-supposes prior concert. Care must be taken not to confuse same or similar intention with common intention; the partition which divides their bonds is often very thin, nevertheless the distinction is real and substantial, and if o

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sec 319 crpc

 12 August 2008

(A) Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), Section 319 - Addition of accused - Power of Court - Court can exercise only on the basis of evidence adduced before the Court - Word "Evidence" in Section 319 contemplates evidence of witnesses given

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Cruelty - Dowry Death

 05 August 2008

Demand of share of the wife in the ancestral property of the wife does not come within the meaning of "cruelty" defined in I.P.C.

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Reasonable doubt must grow out of evidence in the case

 01 August 2008

Doubts would be called reasonable if they are free from a zest for abstract speculation. Law cannot afford any favourite other than truth. To constitute reasonable doubt, it must be free from an overemotional response. Doubts must be actual and subs

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Order of registration of FIR not essential

 31 July 2008

Order of registration of FIR and its investigation by the police is not essential on each and every application under section 156(3) Cr.P.C.

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There is no parity in rejection of bail.

 31 July 2008

There is no parity in rejection of bail.

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Appeal against acquittal Reversal for compeling reason only

 30 July 2008

Presumption of innocence of accused is reinforced by an order of the acquittal. The appellate court could have interfered only for very substantial and compelling reasons.

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"falsus in uno falsus in omnibus" not applicabtion in Indi

 30 July 2008

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