Home       Top Rated       Submit Article     Advanced Search     FAQ       Contact Us       Lawyers in India       Law Forum     RSS Feeds     

Register your Copyright Online

We offer copyright registration right from your desktop click here for details.

Latest Articles | Articles 2014 | Articles 2013 | Articles 2012 | Articles 2011 | Articles 2010 | Articles 2009 | Articles 2008 | Articles 2007 | Articles 2006 | Articles 2000-05

Search On:Laws in IndiaLawyers Search

Mutual Consent Divorce in Delhi
We provide fast, cost effective and Hassle free solution.
Contact us at Ph no: 9650499965 (Divorce Law Firm Delhi)
File Caveat in Supreme Court
Contact Ph no: +9650499965

Main Categories
 Accident Law
 Animal Laws
 Arbitration
 Aviation Law
 Banking and Finance laws
 Case Laws
 Civil Laws
 Company Law
 Constitutional Law
 Consumer laws
 Contracts laws
 Criminal law
 Drug laws
 Dubai laws
 Educational laws
 Employment / Labour laws
 Environmental Law
 family law
 Gay laws and Third Gender
 Human Rights laws
 Immigration laws
 Insurance / Accident Claim
 Intellectual Property
 International Law
 Juvenile Laws
 Law - lawyers & legal Profession
 Legal Aid and Lok Adalat
 Legal outsourcing
 Media laws
 Medico legal
 Miscellaneous
 Real estate laws
 Right To Information
 Tax Laws
 Torts Law
 Woman Issues
 Workplace Equality & Non-Discrimination
 Yet Another Category

More Options
 Most read articles
 Most rated articles

Subscription
Subscribe now and receive free articles and updates instantly.

Name
Email




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.

Total result found : 127
More Pages : 1 2 3 4 [ 5 ] 6 7

The Inherent Powers of the High Court
Published : March 06, 2012 | Author : raabia | Rating :
Total Views : 35130
Print | Email to friend
 
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...
Read full article


Evidentiary Value of FIR
Published : December 12, 2011 | Author : sprshprsd | Rating :
Total Views : 32008
Print | Email to friend
 
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....
Read full article


Accomplice Witness & its admissibility as Evidence
Published : November 21, 2011 | Author : yadavayush | Rating :
Total Views : 16609
Print | Email to friend
 
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...
Read full article


Change in definition of Rape in India
Published : October 31, 2011 | Author : manjeetsahu381 | Unrated
Total Views : 57973
Print | Email to friend
 
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...
Read full article


Differences between Justification & Excuses And Mistakes, Necessity & Accidents as Defenses
Published : September 24, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
Total Views : 11184
Print | Email to friend
 
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...
Read full article


Controversies on Euthanasia
Published : September 22, 2011 | Author : muditsahai | Unrated
Total Views : 5761
Print | Email to friend
 
Euthanasia the most booming and fire throwing topic as it has become the most controversial topic for all members in the law field that whether it should be legalized or not this is the topic of discussion...
Read full article


National Security & Preventive detention
Published : September 21, 2011 | Author : ravimor | Rating :
Total Views : 6770
Print | Email to friend
 
Many believe that stringent laws are required to counter terrorism. This belief is inspired by the logic that such laws will deter terrorists from indulging in acts of terrorism. Those who advocate for a stringent law to counter terrorism also believe that it will make it easier for the police and the prosecution to investigate prosecute and make perpetrators accountable for acts of terrorism....
Read full article


Mens Rea in Statutory Offences
Published : September 18, 2011 | Author : shashankshekhar333 | Rating :
Total Views : 49775
Print | Email to friend
 
A probe into presumption that requires mens rea as an element of crime and whether or not it should be used in cases of Statutory Offences....
Read full article


Narco Analysis
Published : September 13, 2011 | Author : prakash_als | Unrated
Total Views : 4076
Print | Email to friend
 
Article 20 (3) of Constitution of India and Narco Analysis – Blending the much awaited...
Read full article


Sea Piracy - The Legal lacunae that exist
Published : August 14, 2011 | Author : adityadutta215 | Unrated
Total Views : 6916
Print | Email to friend
 
Sea Piracy, in its original and strict meaning, is every unauthorized act of violence committed by a private vessel against another vessel with intent to plunder...
Read full article


Cultural Crimes
Published : June 14, 2011 | Author : sanjana | Unrated
Total Views : 5516
Print | Email to friend
 
Rise in the cultural crimes has of lately been a matter of immense consideration at both national and international level. One of the most barbaric of such crimes is the honor killing. Honor killing is the intentional murder of a family member (generally female members) by other family members due to their belief that the deceased has brought some disgrace to the family...
Read full article


Section 91(1) CrPc: An analysis of Constitutional Validity
Published : May 29, 2011 | Author : shishir shrivastava | Rating :
Total Views : 50316
Print | Email to friend
 
Article 20(3)states that no person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself....
Read full article


Plea-Bargaining: Present Status in India
Published : May 05, 2011 | Author : hitesh050991 | Rating :
Total Views : 28231
Print | Email to friend
 
This is a bit new concept under Indian Law which was introduced after the amendment Act of 2005 in Code of Criminal Procedure. it is showing the present position of Plea-Bargaining that at what level judiciary has reached and whether its application is getting successful in India...
Read full article


Restorative Justice & Weaker Sections
Published : April 06, 2011 | Author : karanshubh | Rating :
Total Views : 11205
Print | Email to friend
 
Restorative Justice is a problem-solving approach to crime which involves the parties themselves, and the community generally, in an active relationship with statutory agencies. Restorative Justice is a way of seeing crime as more than breaking the law in the context of the weaker sections of the society...
Read full article


Forensic Science
Published : March 23, 2011 | Author : srikrishna1 | Rating :
Total Views : 18266
Print | Email to friend
 
What is forensic science? Scope of forensic science and different methods used in forensic analysis...
Read full article


Adultery- the need for change in IPC
Published : March 19, 2011 | Author : payalagarwal.alsn | Rating :
Total Views : 17677
Print | Email to friend
 
This articles raises various issues with refernce to Section 497 of IPC i.e adultery. It also suggests changes for the same...
Read full article


Culpable Homicide
Published : March 10, 2011 | Author : uditakanwar | Rating :
Total Views : 36538
Print | Email to friend
 
In general the term ‘Culpable Homicide’ means unlawful killing which is not classified as murder due to the guilty intention or ‘mens rea’ being absent. It is a term used in Scottish law and amongst several countries where the English Common Law system of Justice is administered. The concept of Culpable Homicide has been discussed with the help of relevant cases...
Read full article


The 377 Debate
Published : March 09, 2011 | Author : Prarthana | Rating :
Total Views : 16927
Print | Email to friend
 
In the wake of the Naz Foundation Judgment this article looks at the struggle which lead to the decriminalisation of homosexuality in a decision by the Delhi High Court...
Read full article


Role of Character in Evidence Law
Published : March 05, 2011 | Author : saarth1989 | Unrated
Total Views : 21546
Print | Email to friend
 
Character means the collective qualities or characteristics especially mental and moral that distinguishes a person or thing. Character is the estimation of a person by his community. The general rule is that character evidence is inadmissible. Since it is very difficult to assess the character of the person, evidence of character is rendered inadmissible...
Read full article


Best Bakery Case & Law of Evidence
Published : February 20, 2011 | Author : yashvardhan | Rating :
Total Views : 24675
Print | Email to friend
 
Hearsay evidence in the Law of Evidence has been introduced in sec.60 which gives the direction that oral evidence should be direct. Any evidence coming from a second or third person is said to be hearsay....
Read full article


More Pages : 1 2 3 4 [ 5 ] 6 7


Welcome!
Please login or register a new free account.

Random Pick
Partners, their rights, duties and extent of liabilities under Limited liability partnership Act 2008...

Statistics
» Total Articles
1529
» Total Authors
4545
» Total Views
19948586
» Total categories
41

Law Forum


Legal Articles

Lawyers in India- Click on a link below for legal Services

lawyers in Chennai
lawyers in Bangalore
lawyers in Hyderabad
lawyers in Cochin
lawyers in Pondicherry
lawyers in Guwahati
lawyers in Nashik

lawyers in Jaipur
lawyers in New Delhi
lawyers in Dimapur
lawyers in Agra
Noida lawyers
lawyers in Siliguri

For Mutual consent Divorce in Delhi

Ph no: 9650499965
For online Copyright Registration

Ph no: 9891244487
Law Articles

lawyers in Delhi
lawyers in Chandigarh
lawyers in Allahabad
lawyers in Lucknow
lawyers in Jodhpur
Faridabad lawyers

lawyers in Mumbai
lawyers in Pune
lawyers in Nagpur
lawyers in Ahmedabad
lawyers in Surat
Ghaziabad lawyers

lawyers in Kolkata
lawyers in Janjgir
lawyers in Rajkot
lawyers in Indore
lawyers in Ludhiana
Gurgaon lawyers

TOP

India's Most Trusted Online law library
Legal Services India is Copyrighted under the Registrar of Copyright Act ( Govt of India) © 2000-2017
 ISBN No: 978-81-928510-1-3