Criminal Law Judgements

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Suppressing the material fact and filling successive petition amounts to abuse of the process of Court

 25 April 2012

Facts and circumstances giving rise to this petition are that present petitioner Ram Dhan lodged an FIR dated 4.6.1995 alleging that his son Dinesh had disappeared and, subsequently, filed a complaint against Balraj alias Billu and others (respondent

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High Court not interfere with the judgment of trial court except in the presence of miss appreciation of evidence or wrong application of law

 11 April 2012

The prosecution alleged that on 30.12.2005 information was received through wireless, by police post East Uttam Nagar that a woman had been stabbed at RZB-36A, Pratap Garden. The SHO reached the spot and found that three or four police personnel from

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Anti-social elements have found their safe haven in Supreme Court and such comment subject to the contempt of this court

 31 March 2012

Facts : An FIR dated 15.9.1998 was lodged against the petitioner and one other person under Section 7 of Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (hereinafter called the Act 1955) as they were found in possession of 1370 litres of blue kerosene and indulgin

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Scope of the inherent powers vested in the High Court under Section 482 of the Code

 22 March 2012

Facts: On receipt of a complaint, the civil supply department of the State Government initiated an inquiry against the said concern, relating to the processing of paddy for and on behalf of the Food Corporation of India.- The respondent filed yet

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Intention to be proved to alleged anyone for criminal activity

 30 January 2012

An FIR was filed on 23.3.1980 at 2.50 A.M. with the Police Station Harduwaganj, District Aligarh that on 22-23/3/1980 at about 12 O’clock, Jalsur (PW.2) – complainant and his Uncle Onkar Singh (deceased) were sleeping on the roof of their house in th

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As per the constitution and code of criminal procedure the legal proceeding without giving legal assistance to the accused cannot be regarded as fair trial

 23 January 2012

In my opinion, the right of a person charged with crime to have the services of a lawyer is fundamental and essential to fair trial. The right to be defended by a legal practitioner, flowing from Article 22 (1) of the Constitution has further been fo

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Power under Article 136 of Constitution can be exercised even I Suo motu when court satisfied that the ground for its exercised exist

 21 January 2012

The appellant herein, Madhu Kalikutty Panicker (hereinafter referred to as “Madhu”) was charged along with Sibi Bhaskaran (hereinafter referred to as “Sibi”) for offences punishable under Section 302 and 392 read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal C

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Amendment to be made in existing Rule that all dangerous prisoner shall not be taken out of jail in public or private vehicle and information to be given to SP in written

 19 January 2012

On March 23, 2001, a gang of four criminals comprising of Rambabu Gadariya, Dayaram, Pratap and Gopal, while returning from Dabra to Gwalior after attending court, escaped from the police custody. Allegedly, these four criminals escaped with the help

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Arushi-hemraj murder case ( sec 190 (1)(b) Cr.P.C) - Cognizance on the basis of circumstantial evidences

 17 January 2012

The case arises out of murder of a young girl namely, ‘Aarushi’ in her own residence and also the murder of one Hemraj, a domestic help. The prime suspect in the murder was Mr and Mrs talwar ( Parents of the deceased girl arushi ), Initially, the inv

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Transfer Petition filed under sec 9of Hindu marriage Act is to be allowed and transfer the same along with all the records

 13 January 2012

On 6th December, 2008, the Respondent No.1, husband, filed an application under Section 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (Case No.609 of 2008) against the Petitioner, for restitution of conjugal rights. Unable to bear the shock of the incidents, whi

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