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Recently, the Supreme Court has affirmed that a Magistrate cannot grant extensions to investigation agencies for the purpose of carrying out investigations under Sec167, CrPC when the accused is charged under the UAPA. This decision was made by relying on the case of Bikramjit Singh v State of Punjab. This post seeks to enquire into the law on this point by adverting to a textual analysis of relevant provisions and discussing the said case law.
Non-criminalization of marital rape can be seen as a product of the patriarchal norms and ideologies that are still rampant in India.
The power under Section 319 CrPC cannot be exercised in a casual manner. It is invoked in circumstances where strong & convincing evidence...
A victim can file an appeal against an order of sentence of a criminal court on specific grounds as under Section 372, CrPC.
Inside The Criminal Mind provides brilliant reasoning for why criminals are difficult to identify and why most rehabilitation attempts are met with dissatisfying results.
While comparing bail provisions of the UAPA with prior anti-terror legislations, the Law Commission noted that bail under the UAPA is more liberal as compared to its predecessors and that in previous anti-terror.... 
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