Criminal Law Research and Review is an academic and social venture that works to assist the legal fraternity, provide a platform for mutual learning, create awareness, and influence academic, policy and social changes.
Overdependence on Criminal Laws – Reflective of Society’s Inability to Handle Conflict by Other Means?
The article examines the implications of any dependence on the formal criminal justice system, whether good or bad and what role alternative means of social control can play in bringing about the ends that criminal laws aim to achieve
Victims and Prosecution: Bridging the Gap between Expectations and Justice
The article aims to analyze the position of victim advocacy in India. It further aims to analyze whether allowing for private prosecution in India, in these situations, is an efficient solution.
Sec 7, POCSO & Incorrect Application of Ejusdem Generis
Court did not take into account the exceptions of the principle of ejusdem generis, that it can be applied only as an aid in ascertaining or giving effect to legislative intent.
A Critique of Bail System in India
The Hon’ble SC, in Kamlapati v State of West Bengal, explains bail as a method which is developed for harmonising two fundamental concepts of human value, the liberty as enjoyed by the accused and the interest of the public at large which in turn depends on the release of accused