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Abetment to Suicide
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  • Date: 12 February 2021
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A person is accountable for abetment to suicide when any of the following conditions are fulfilled

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Analysis of Section 41-A of CRPC, 1973

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Criminal 04 January 2021

As per Section 41 A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (hereinafter, 'Cr. P.C.'), if any police officer requires the participation of any individual who is not required to be fundamentally arrested...
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How can a Private Complaint be filed?

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Criminal 12 October 2020

Whenever a person faces a misdeed or wrongdoing by someone else, the first resort that comes to mind is filing a complaint with the police. This initial complaint is...
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Laws governing a Knife

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Criminal 20 August 2020

According to the case reports published by different authors, it is an understanding that knives or arms, in general, have its origin in the process of human evolution, the invention of these arms were made by humans for the purpose of hunting...
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Police Interrogation

By: Adv. Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Criminal 26 April 2020

Police interrogation is a part of the police investigation. When an accused is brought under the police custody either in cognizable offence or non-cognizable offence, the Police has the right to question the accused....
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Quashing of an FIR

By: admin Criminal 17 February 2020

Quashing means to abate, overthrow, or to dismiss it or to make it completely void. Generally, quashing of an FIR (first information report) in criminal proceedings means completely stopping the process of the legal proc...
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Hostile Witness

By: admin Criminal 12 February 2020

The hostile person is a witness who is unfriendly to the party who called them to ask the leading questions. They are always unwilling, to tell the truth. A hostile witness is a person ready to argue or fight very aggressively....
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Warrant and its Types

By: admin Criminal 20 September 2019

It is a written order issued by a judicial officer or other authorized person commanding a law enforcement officer to perform some incident or act to the administration of justice. Warrants are recognized differently as per variety of purpose in law...
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Need to amend CrPC and IPC to increase the conviction rate.

By: admin Criminal 29 August 2019

Indian Criminal system has a serious backlog on pending investigations and trials. This shows that the crises are becoming more severe with each passing year. The conviction rate in criminal cases is pitiful as state...
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Intervention of SC in the Unnao Rape Case

By: admin Criminal 02 August 2019

This case is about the Unnao rape case survivor, who has been fighting her battle since 17th June 2017. The horrific rape of a 17-year-old was allegedly orchestrated by a Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) MLA - Kuldeep Singh Sengar....
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Prison Reforms in India

By: admin Criminal 30 July 2019

The institution where a person convicted of criminal offence is detained by punishment is known as prison.  Prison and Asylums Reform are the institutions who attempt to develop the prison conditions, established...
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