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Augmentation of False FIRs: What are the different Remedies available in Indi...

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With increasing crime rate, atrocities and mayhem suffered by poor, women and senior citizens in India, the Indian Judiciary have espoused a very strict mode to deal with such type of complaint...

Rights of Accused Persons

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As Indian constitution is wedded to Democracy and Rule of Law, the concept of free and fair trial is a constitutional commitment for which the cardinal principle of Criminal Law revolves around...

The most grievous assault acid attack is common in India Why

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Acid Attack also known as acid throwing is a form of violent assault which is defined as the act of throwing acid intentionally on the body of another to disfigure, maim, torture or kill. Acid ...

Definition of Drug: In the Context of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substan...

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Abstract In this paper the author has interpreted the various definitional aspects of word “DRUG”. Author have made an attempt to trace out the legal definition for the term “DRUG” thr...

Quashing of FIR/Criminal Proceedings Under Section 482 of CrPC

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Black's law dictionary defines quash as to overthrow / to abate / to vacate / to annul / to make void. In simplest terms, quashing of criminal proceedings would mean ceasing the legal machinery...

Basics of a Police Complaint

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This is an article on the basics of a Police Complaint, what to write, how to write, do’s and don’ts while writing a Police Complaint by Advocate Gurmeet Singh, who is an Advocate practicin...

Human Trafficking Prevention Under Section 370 of IPC, 1860

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Gross violations of human rights make “Human Trafficking” a serious global concern. Anti-trafficking laws in India are covered under a wide range of complex patchworks, ranging from Indian ...

Dissenting opinion of Bench in Rakesh Kumar Paul VS. State of Assam

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Rakesh Kumar Paul Vs. State of Assam The hon’ble Supreme Court in this case by a majority of 2:1 held that case in which punishment with imprisonment extending 10 years shall for the purpose o...

Admissions and Confessions under Indian Evidence Act,1972

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The Indian Evidence Act, 1872 Section 17-31 deal with the provisions related to admission and confessions and their relevancy. Section 17. Admission defined An admission is a statement,8A[oral ...

Provisions Relating Undertrials under United Nations And Other International ...

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1. Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (1955) It has been adopted by the First United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, held at Geneva...