Criminal Antecedents of the Donor doesn’t Prohibit him to donate the organ
Authorization committee cannot go beyond its jurisdiction and rejects the application as there is no such thing as a criminal has a criminal kidney or criminal heart. Read More
Default Bail cannot be sought for Non Filing of the Supplementary Charge sheet
Applicability of section 167 (2) Crpc did not arise here as the charge sheet had already been submitted against the accused. Read More
Can Officer below the rank of Inspector assist in Investigation under the Prevention of Corruption Act?
Whether a person below the rank of the inspector can assist the main investigating officer in conducting the investigation? Read More
Oral Directions w.r.t. arrest cannot be sustained?
The appellant and the first respondent formed a partnership firm named ‘Calla Associate’ and made a partnership deed. Read More
In Case of Economic Offences the Court needs to Visit with a Different Approach in the Matter of Bail
Offence committed by the accused is of serious nature then the bail granted can be revoked even though the accused didn’t misuse the bail granted. Read More
Under Section 482 Crpc High Court can quash Criminal Proceeding/ F.I.R. and it cannot be override
If the offence in non-compoundable under section 320 Crpc then also it can be quashed on the basis of, Read More
Forensic Science Laboratory Report is a Public Document under Section 293 Crpc?
Held by the court that the report of forensic science laboratory is a public document by relied upon section 293 Crpc. Read More
Is the inherent power of the High Court under section 482 Crpc diluted with the interference of the Supreme Court?
While examining such F.I.R. which is sought to be quashed, in such case court cannot conduct an inquiry. Read More
Can Preventive Detention may be made on Ground of Possibility of Breach of Law & Order?
The court held that though there is possible apprehension of breach of law and order and the Detenu for that purpose need to be detained, Read More
Whether Active Involvement of an Accused a Pre-condition to Prove His Common Intention?
Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code (hereafter referred to as IPC), active involvement of the accused to convict him on the ground of common intention is not necessary. Read More
Marital Rape as a valid ground to claim Divorce
Merely due to the reason the law doesn’t recognize marital rape under penal laws doesn’t stop the court to recognize it as a form of cruelty, Read More
Police Investigation can’t hold against Public Officer without Government Consent
Application of mind is necessary before passing an order by a magistrate and a magistrate cannot exercise its power under section 156 (3) of Crpc, Read More
Sushila Aggarwal and others v. State (NCT of Delhi) (2020): Whether the Order of Anticipatory Bail Time-Bound?
A close look at the case of Sushila Aggarwal and others v. State (NCT of Delhi) and Another through the course of this Article will provide answers to all your questions. Read More
Criminalization of Politics
If there is any criminal proceeding initiated against the candidate then the candidate needs to mention that in the bold letters. Read More
Custodial Violence: Arbitrariness of Police
The apex court ordered that there must be an installation of CCTV cameras in each and every police station in all the states and the Union territories. Read More
Adult Film Racket Exposed the Business Man Raj Kundra
The British Business Raj Kundra was arrested by the Mumbai Crime Branch on 19th July 2021. The releasing of pornography movies and also he was named as a key conspirator. Read More
Cyber Crime – Legal Position in India
During the year 2016-18 India has been ranked 2nd amongst the countries affected by cyber attacks. As per the source, the cybercrime rate in India was raised at 22% on IoT deployments. Read More
Is Law Biased Against Men – Brief Analysis of Indian Penal Code
Section 376 IPC lays down the punishment for rape, which also provides for gender biased punishment and provides for punishment only in cases of rape by man but not by women. Read More
Directions on Sexual Harassment by Supreme Court
Sexual harassment is not only violation of women’s fundamental right but also the degradation of her mental status as well. Read More
Bank Fraud- A New Fashion
Bank fraud is a criminal offense that is committed when a person uses illegal or unlawful ways to steal money or assets from a bank, Read More
Anticipatory bail is a tool for securing an individual’s liberty; it is neither a licence to commit crimes or a shield against, Read More
Can Police Violates Human Rights during Interrogation
There are certain inherent principles based on various International Conventions that the police must obey while conducting interrogations. Read More
Child pornography – What Law Says?
anyone using a child for the pornographic purpose shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than five years Read More
Mens rea and Actus reus essential to constitute a crime
Mens rea is the ‘guilty mind’ or guilty intention to commit a crime, with the intention of causing hurt to another person, property, Read More
Physical Punishment to Child is a Punishable Offense?
Corporal punishments were used in ancient times to punish the wrongdoers of society by scratching, kicking, and beating or other inhumane ways. Read More
Top 13 Rights under CrPC That Every Citizen Must Know
In Crpc any accused should be presumed to be innocent until their charges are proven.. Read More
Capital Punishment – Is an Integral Part of Criminal Justice System?
Capital punishment, often referred to as death penalty is the most severe form of punishment whereby a person who has committed a heinous crime, Read More
Healthcare For Prisoners – Legal Prospective
The state has an obligation to preserve life whether he is an innocent person or a criminal liable to punishment under the law. Read More
Death of Women by Burn Injuries within Seven Years of Marriage – Is it Necessary to Prove Approximate and Live Link
ANALYSIS OF CASE: A present case is an appeal preferred by the appellants against the judgment passed by the Punjab and Haryana Court Read More
Indian Criminal Justice System and Plea Bargaining
It is originated in American Judiciary in the 19th century and gained acceptance. In a landmark judgment Bordenkircher vs. Hayes, Read More
Guidelines Regarding Inadequacies and Deficiencies in Criminal Trials
Criminal trials form an important part of the Right to Life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution as it involves freedom, Read More
Bail Granted to Chartered Accountant – Complete Analysis
Hon’ble Mr. Justice Pankaj Bhandari of High Court of Rajasthan, while deciding the S.B. Criminal Miscellaneous Bail Application No. 5882/2021. Read More
ANALYSING SECTION 144 Cr.P.C
In recent past there have been various cases where the need to impose Section 144 CrPC have been really high. Read More