Prisoners do not lose all their rights and are equally important. The government must take stringent action to implement the proper measures...
Delay in Criminal Trial: Unheeded S. 309 of CrPC
There are various beguile practises and factors which have been identified and held responsible for delay in the trial e.g., adjournment for petty reasons..
Reforms on Bail
The existing bail system is inconsistent and has failed to deliver justice to the poor. The Courts should always stand on the basic tenet of the...
Eyewitness & Evidentiary Value
An eyewitness is described as the one who has directly seen the crime taking place having a direct connection with the accused committing the offence through direct evidence
Zero FIR | Explained with Case Laws
Introduction The horrendous rape and death of Dr Priyanka Reddy in Hyderabad who was a veterinarian by profession has shocked the entire nation and more so has given rise to an important question regarding the legal validity of the denial of Shamsabad police to lodge the First Information Report (FIR) on the grounds of jurisdictional … Continue reading Zero FIR | Explained with Case Laws
Author: Shantanu Anand Introduction When a person rises in the morning he twists his limbs and is restless before he completely wakes up. Though we are in the year 2019, Plea Bargaining with its necessary delay is still in its new shoes, lacks landmark precedents with chequered career, narrow horizon and yet to rise. Most … Continue reading Plea Bargaining
Power of Police Officer to Arrest without Warrant
Author: Akash Dubey Introduction It is a common conception that the police does not have the power to arrest someone without a proper warrant in their name. However, there are some exceptions to this rule under Section 41 of the CrPC, that envisions the circumstances under which an arrest can be made without a warrant. … Continue reading Power of Police Officer to Arrest without Warrant
Rarest of Rare | How to determine?
Author: Kareena Bakhtyarpuri What is ‘Rarest of rare case’? The phrase ‘rarest of rare case’ originated from Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab in the year 1980 and which was reiterated by the Apex Court in Machhi Singh. In India, the doctrine ‘rarest of rare’ is used as a measuring yardstick for granting capital punishment for … Continue reading Rarest of Rare | How to determine?
An Analysis Of Section 482 Cr.P.C Vis-À-Vis Section 320 Cr.P.C
Inherent power is of wide plentitude with no statutory limitation but it has to be exercised in accord with the guideline engrafted in such power viz. (i) to secure the ends of justice or (ii) to prevent abuse of the process of any court.
Law on Electronic Evidences
Author: Avik Das Roy Introduction Today, hundreds of millions of people around the world are active users of some kind of social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter. Users plaster their profiles with the play by play of their daily lives often complemented by dozens of pictures to document the experience. Not so very long … Continue reading Law on Electronic Evidences