We cannot accept the contention that in a matter involving seizure of commercial quantity of a substance prohibited by the NDPS Act when the Public Prosecutor appears on notice of the bail application he would be standing there as a mute spectat
In this case there were two dying declarations though one was made before the Magistrate. But the forensic expert opinion which remained unimpeached raised doubt as regards the condition of the deceased to make a voluntary and truthful statement. Aft
The Supreme Court in Sayarabano @ Sultanabegum v. State of Maharashtra, Cr. App. No. 141 of 2006 dismissed the appeal filed by the appellant against her conviction under S.302 IPC on the charge of murdering her daughter-in-law by burning. Though the
The Supreme Court in Naresh Giri v. State of M.P. in App. No. 1530/2007 distinguished the mental state required under section 302 IPC from the one required under section 304A IPC. It was a case wherein the driver of a bus, which was hit by a train in
The Supreme Court detailed the admissibility of dying declaration thus: “Normally, the court places reliance on the medical evidence for reaching the conclusion whether the person making a dying declaration was in a fit state of mind, but where the
Order passed under Section 156(3) Cr.P.C. for registration of F.I.R. and investigation can not be challenged in Revision by prospective accused.
In a complaint triable by a Sessions Court, Magistrate must record statements of all witnessess u/s 202 Cr.p.C.