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The term criminal law, sometimes called penal law, refers to any of various bodies of rules in different jurisdictions whose common characteristic is the potential for unique and often severe impositions as punishment for failure to comply.

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Analysis of Section 144 of CrPC
Published : June 15, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Section 144: Power to issue order in urgent cases of nuisance or apprehended danger
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Feminist Criminology And Integrated Theory
Published : June 09, 2015 | Author : Rajyashri B | Rating :
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Feminist criminology contains many branches. Liberal, radical, Marxist, and socialist feminism are widely recognized, although other "strands" exist such as postmodernism and ecofeminism. Most feminist criminology involves critiques about how women offenders have been ignored, distorted, or stereotyped within traditional criminology
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Plea Bargaining in Indian Legal System
Published : June 01, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
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Plea Bargaining has certainly changed the face of the Indian Criminal Justice System
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Fair Trial under Section 304 of Crpc
Published : February 09, 2015 | Author : Megha Maji | Rating :
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Right to free legal aid is one of the fundamental right that has been provided to every citizen of our country and has been enshrined in Art 22(1) of the Constitution of India. Criminal procedure code of 1973 has also incorporated this ideology in section 304 of the act.
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Deterrent effect of Punishment
Published : December 03, 2014 | Author : amandeepkauradvocate | Unrated
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Some of the major questions which are engaging the attention of modern penologists are whether the traditional forms of punishment should remain the exclusive or primary weapons in restraining criminal behaviour or should be supplemented and even replaced by a much more flexible or diversified combination of measures of treatment of a reformative, curative and protective nature. And if so, to which categories of offenders should these improvised measures be applicable and how should their choice in particular cases be determined? And finally, how could the reintegration of offenders into society be placed so as to efface the penal stigma and to cut off the supply of potential recidivists at its source
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Applicability of the M
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : Arpita Majumdar | Rating :
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This paper seeks to address the rule of McNaghten i.e. law of insanity as a defense in a criminal trial, that was incorporated during the late nineteenth century in the light of development of the English criminal law jurisprudence. It is believed that the defense has undergone significant variance as against its original proclamation especially, in the light of new insights being proffered by the disciplines of psychiatry and medicine.
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Nothing Honourable in Honour Killing
Published : October 29, 2014 | Author : URMILA BHARDWAJ | Rating :
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There is neither any statutory definition for Honour killing nor stands any precise definition otherwise for honour killing which can be said to be universally recognized
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De-Criminalisation of politics
Published : October 07, 2014 | Author : swativyas | Rating :
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Clear cut view about prevalent pathetic condition of politics in india
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License to kill: An Hour for Amendment
Published : September 28, 2014 | Author : shankarmegha | Rating :
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Section 304A of Indian Penal Code, 1860 deals with Death caused by Negligence. The section reads as “whoever causes the death of any person by doing any rash and negligent act not amounting to culpable homicide shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.
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Indian Police The Protector or The Persecutor?
Published : August 27, 2014 | Author : sameekshya | Rating :
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This article deals with meaning of police brutality and its different forms with relevant case laws. It also suggests steps to bring about a change in the working mechanism adopted by the police.
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Hostile Witnesses and Efficacy of Law
Published : August 10, 2014 | Author : research@legalserviceindia@mail.com | Rating :
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Hostile Witnesses and Laws relating to hostile witnesses in India
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Dying Declaration-Section 32(1) of Indian Evidence Act
Published : July 24, 2014 | Author : shipra arora | Rating :
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Section-32(1) of Indian Evidence Act, Word “Dying Declaration” means a statement written or verbal of relevant facts made by a person, who is dead. It is the statement of a person who had died explaining the circumstances of his death
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Criminal Trial Important Points
Published : April 11, 2014 | Author : hanifmulia | Rating :
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Important points concerning Session Trials and criminal law
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Rights of Arrested Person
Published : January 30, 2014 | Author : preetisingh | Rating :
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One of the basic tenets of our legal system is the benefit of the presumption of innocence of the accused till he is found guilty at the end of a trial on legal evidence. In a democratic society even the rights of the accused are sacrosanct, though accused of an offence, he does not become a non-person. Rights of the accused include the rights of the accused at the time of arrest, at the time of search and seizure, during the process of trial and the like.
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Double Jeopardy in India
Published : January 24, 2014 | Author : adv. shipra arora | Rating :
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Can an accused be actually punished twice for same offence in India
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Who can adjudicate the Enrica Lexie incident
Published : January 22, 2014 | Author : hinailiyas | Rating :
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Deals with the adjudication issue related to the enrica lexie incident.
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Role of Judiciary in Protecting the Rights of Prisoners
Published : January 04, 2014 | Author : nidhibeniwal | Rating :
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Judiciary in every country has an obligation and a Constitutional role to protect Human Rights of citizens. As per the mandate of the Constitution of India, this function is assigned to the superior judiciary namely the Supreme Court of India and High courts
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Duty of The Public Prosecutor In The Criminal Justice System
Published : December 03, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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An ideal Prosecutor must consider herself/himself as an agent of justice. In India, we have a public prosecutor who acts in accordance with the directions of the judge. Normally, the control of entire trial is in the hands of the trial judge. Investigation is the prerogative of the police. However, it is generally believed that traditional right of nulle prosequi is available to the prosecutor. The public prosecutor in India does not seem to be an advocate of the state in the sense that the prosecutor has to seek conviction at any cost. The prosecutor must be impartial, fair and truthful, not only as a public executive but also because the prosecutor belongs to the honourable profession of law, the ethics of which demand these qualities.
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Non-Examination Of Investigation Officer: Its Consequences
Published : December 03, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The only duty cast on the investigation is to maintain a diary of his investigation, which is known as ``Case Diary'' under s. 172 of the Code. The entries in the case diary are not evidence nor can they be used by the accused or the court unless the case comes under s. 172(3) of the Code. The court is entitled for perusal to enable it to find out if the investigation has been conducted on the right lines so that appropriate directions, if need be given and may also provide materials showing the necessity to summon witnesses not mentioned in the list supplied by the prosecution or to bring on record other relevant material which in the opinion of the court will help it to arrive at a proper decision in terms of s. 172(3) of the Code. The primary duty of the police, thus is to collect and sift the evidence of the commission of the offence to find whether the accused committed the offence or has reason to believe to have committed the offence and the evidence available is sufficient to prove the offence and to submit his report to the competent Magistrate to take cognizance of the offence.
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Guidelines On Arrest Of Women And Judicial Officers
Published : November 16, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Unrated
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Chapter V of Criminal Procedure Code,1973 deals with ''Arrest of persons''. To know about guidelines to be followed before arrest, it is essential to refer the ruling Joginder Kumar vs State of Utter Pradesh . To know more as to guidelines during arrest, it is necessary to refer the decison D.K.Basu vs State of West Bengal . Further, to know about guidelines after arrest, it is essential to refer the ruling Sunil Batra vs Delhi Administration , Prem Shankar Shukla vs Delhi Administration and D.K.Basu's case. A fortiori, it is also necessary to see Article 20(3) of Indian Constitution, the provisions of Criminal Procedure Code,1973 relating to arrest, Article 7 of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights,1966 and National Human Rights Commission guidelines on arrest and National Police Commission: Third report etc
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