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Criminal law
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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The Problems of Undertrials
Published : September 17, 2012 | Author : Ritwik Sneha & Rishab Garg | Rating :
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This article discusses in detail the plight of the undertrials whose right to speedy trial has been violated and the problems associated with the violation of such right....
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Violent Touch: Hidden Side of Women
Published : August 07, 2012 | Author : mahimaupes | Rating :
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No one has tried to find out what exists in reality and has followed blindly something which was rampant in the previous years. Though a feminist at heart, but at the same time also a protector of justice and therefore intolerant towards violence of any kind of which violence against men...
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The Elements and Stages of a Crime
Published : August 05, 2012 | Author : rajibraunak | Rating :
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Generally, people get confused between the elements and stages of a crime. Through this article an attempt has been made to remove the confusion in this regard by separately describing both elements and stages of a crime in a very lucid manner....
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Whether Section 324 Of IPC Is Bailable Or Non-Bailable
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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If you go through Section 42 sub-section (f)(iii) of Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005 (No. 25 of 2005) which says section 324 of Indian Penal Code,1860 is non-bailable offence..
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Remand should not be made Mechanically
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Article 22 (1) gives person arrested a twofold protection, viz. (1) that an arrested person shall not be detained in custody without being told the grounds of such an arrest and (2) that he shall be entitled to consult and to be defended by a legal practitioner of his choice. Article 22 (2)...
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Police and You
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The word police has its origin in the Latin word politia, which means, civil administration. The word, politia too, is a derivative of a Greek word polis, interpreted as city in English. The power of a police officer lies in his ability to enforce the law. Despite the rules governing the duties of a police officer differ from country to country...
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Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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A fortiori, about 9 teenagers are killed every year, Hundreds get seriously injured and/or disabled, Countless of innocent youths suffer extreme forms of physical and sexual abuses for months...
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The Power of The Magistrate Under Section 156 (3) of Cr.P.C
Published : June 01, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The information under section 154 of Cr.P.C is generally known as F.I.R. It is pertinent to see that the word '' first'' is not used in Cr.P.C in section 154 of Cr.P.C. Yet, it is popularly known as...
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Illegal Arrest
Published : May 31, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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It is solemn duty of the court to protect and uphold the basic human rights of the weaker section of the society. Arrest can be made on not only in Criminal cases but also in Civil cases. In order to bring arrestee before a Court of Law or otherwise secure of the administration of the law, an arrest will usually be made...
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Published : May 22, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The basic purpose of filing FIR is to set the criminal law into motion and not to state all the minute details therein. The information under section 154 of Cr.P.C is generally known a s F.I.R though 'first is not used in the code. F.I.R is not the be all and end all of every criminal case and is not substantive evidence...
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Common Intention
Published : May 22, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Common Intention is known as a prearranged plan and acting in concert pursuant to the plan. It must be proved that the Criminal act was done in concert pursuant to the pre-arranged plan. It comes into being prior to the Commission of the act in point of time, yet it need not be a long gap. The gap need not be long sometimes common intention can be developed on the spot. The fundamental factor is a pre-arranged plan to execute the plan for the desired result. Each of such person will be liable in an act done in furtherance of common intention as if the act was done by one person. Common Intention does not mean the similar intention of several person. To constitute common intention, it is necessary that the intention of each one of them be known to the rest of them and shared by them...
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Speed Break To Section 304-A of IPC
Published : May 22, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Accident is an unforeseen incident. Yet, it must not be a ground to let off the offender. If a person, who is sole bread winner of his family, is died in accident by rash or negligent act of a person, such family may become destitute forever. Therefore, at least immediate compensation must be paid to the victim by the offender besides other benefits to the victim...
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Framing of Charge In Criminal Cases
Published : May 22, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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There is some criticism in some trial courts that the important task of framing charge is being entrusted to stenos by the trial judges. A fortiori, inasmuch as the Supreme Court laid down that the purpose of framing a charge is to give intimation to the accused of clear, unambiguous and precise notice of the nature of accusation that the accused is called upon to meet in the course of a trial, it is primary duty of a judicial officer to remove such criticism from the minds of litigant public. This article may be helpful to newly recruited Junior Civil Judges as to this aspect.
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The Period Of Limitation In Seeds Cases
Published : May 22, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The period of limitation in seeds cases is very important aspect. the seed inspector must not forget the procedure contemplated under section 468 of Cr.P.C
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Crime of Attempt to commit Suicide
Published : April 03, 2012 | Author : neeraj90 | Rating :
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The above section has been the subject of controversy in many cases, especially over the last two decades. Most notably, the subject was under scrutiny in the cases of P. Rathinam v. Union of India and Smt. Gian Kaur v. State of Punjab...
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The Inherent Powers of the High Court
Published : March 06, 2012 | Author : raabia | Rating :
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The essential object of criminal law is to protect society against criminals and law- breakers. For this purpose, the law holds out threats of punishments to prospective lawbreakers...
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Evidentiary Value of FIR
Published : December 12, 2011 | Author : sprshprsd | Rating :
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The general principle, is that a FIR cannot be depended upon a substantive piece of evidence.The article discusses the general priciple, along with exceptions to it....
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Accomplice Witness & its admissibility as Evidence
Published : November 21, 2011 | Author : yadavayush | Rating :
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In the basic sense Accomplice Witness mean a witness to a crime who, either as principal, Accomplice, or Accessory, was connected with the crime by unlawful act or omission...
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Change in definition of Rape in India
Published : October 31, 2011 | Author : manjeetsahu381 | Unrated
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Rape is one of the most heinous crime to the social environment. With the passage time, this issue has created lot of distorted effect and seems that Law have provided unclear picture to the society...
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Differences between Justification & Excuses And Mistakes, Necessity & Accidents as Defenses
Published : September 24, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
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This article covers the distinction between two closely related aspects of the Indian Penal code, general or affirmative defenses of, justification and excuses. In the context of the criminal law, justification and excuse are touchstones for prescribing and proscribing conduct generally and for assigning guilt or innocence in the particular...
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