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Law of Evidence: S.45 of Law of Evidence has been lacking in various aspects. Neither it is according to contemporary needs nor it has been made so to suit the present day need...
Indian System of Bail: he concept of bail, which is an integral part of the criminal jurisprudence, also suffers from the above stated drawbacks...
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Decriminalization of consensual sex between adults: The Delhi High Court dismissed the Petition in 2004 holding that the question was merely academic and there did not lay a cause of action......
Superior of the superiors: It actually discusses the cause of the crimes that occurs and its solution, with a human right perspective......
Anti-terrorism Laws: The article discusses the major anti-terrorism legislations enacted in India and is an attempt to distinguish the myth and reality behind these legislations.....
Global Terrorism & Major Indian Legislations: This paper has discussed the effectiveness of the provisions of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 in dealing with offences related to global terrorism ......
Honour Killing: ‘Honor crimes are acts of violence, usually murder, committed by male family members against female family members, who are held to have brought dishonor upon the family...
Anti-Terrorism Legislation: Anti-terrorism legislation designs all types of laws passed in the purported aim of fighting terrorism. They usually, if not always, follow specific bombings or assassinations......
Law of Adultery in India: The law of adultery as it stands in India punishes only man, and assumes that in all cases ‘man is the seducer’ and the women, who is an equal participant....
Legitimacy of Adultery Laws in India: the various aspects of Adultery Laws existing in India, which, on analysis would be found to be in want of amendment or change......
Confiscation & Forfeiture of Property: The draft posted is on the code of Criminal Procedure Act, 1973 is Forfeiture and confiscation of property. The chapter in the code of Criminal Procedure Act, 1973...
Intoxication as a Defence: There is general agreement that causing another person's death with deliberate intent is culpable as one of the most serious offences...........
Legalizing Abortion: Legalizing abortion in India is a serious topic as our law and sociological condition is concern. Abortion is now a controversial issue because of the conflict of the rights.......
Status Of Jails In Punjab: The Indian prisons are no better for the reason that economic conditions do not permit to.....
Section 498 IPC: the constitutional validity of the section 498-A with references to cases like ‘Inder Raj Malik and others vs. Mrs. Sumita Malik’ and ‘Wazir Chand vs. State of Haryana......
Motive Preparation and Previous or Subsequent Conduct: complete understanding about the relevance of motive, preparation and conduct from evidence point of ...
Retrospective Operations Of Criminal Law: The great myth of being protected by retrospective laws, especially criminal law is clearly analyzed and examined....
Prison Reforms In Indian Prison System: All men are born equal and are endowed by their creator with some basic rights. These rights are mainly right to life....
Accomplice Evidence in Sexual Offenses: In sexual crimes, the other person usually the woman may or may not be an accomplice, according as she is, by the nature of the crime, a victim of it or a voluntary partner in it.
Circumstantial Evidence: Circumstantial evidence is used in criminal courts to decide the fate of accused by establishing guilt or innocence through reasoning. According to Benthem witnesses are the "eyes and ears of justice".
Media and Child Protection: With the increasing competition among the different newspapers and news channels at times rights of children are infringed. Recently the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights
Privilege In Matrimonial
Communication & Abuse Of Its Sanctity:
Rape - Texual or Psychological - need to change Section 375 of the IPC, 1860: Is ‘Rape’ merely a word described in section 375 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, to be interpreted stricto senso?....
International Criminal Court and Universal jurisdiction: Background of the emergence and jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, assesses its significance...
Capital Punishment: Revisiting the Abolition-Retention Debate: The Indian jurisprudence is a blend of reformative and deterrent theories. While the punishments are to be....
Anti-terrorism laws in India & The need of POTA: After the 9/11 attacks on the world trade center the world's outlook towards the terrorist and terrorist organization has changed the laws have
Laws Governing Extradition: ...Abu Salem's extradition: Extradition may be briefly described as the surrender of an alleged or convicted criminal by one State to another.....
Crimes and Punishments In Iranian
Legal System: The legality principle protects
individual security by ensuring basic individual liberties
against the arbitrary and unwarranted......
498A: the status of women in India, the legal provisions which give protection to women against cruelty and how these provisions.....
Rights of Victims under Criminal Justice System: The victim’s rights rests on a kind of social contract theory, perhaps captured in the preamble to Louisiana’s 1985 victim’s rights legislation......
Criminal cartel offences in United Kingdom: A ‘cartel’ is basically, a union of producers, distributors, sellers, service providers or traders, who by contracts between.....
Treatment And Protection Of Witnesses In India: Witness protection program and witness protection laws are simply the need of the hour. .....
Victims of Trafficking: Trafficking in human beings is a global phenomenon, which has gained....
What will u do when police is coming to arrest
Prevention Of Corruption Act:
Corruption is considered to be one of the greatest impediments on the
way towards progress for developing country like India...
Domestic Violence Act - Fundamental rights: Domestic violence is sadly a reality in Indian society, a truism. In the Indian......
Why Do Prosecution Witnesses Turn Hostile:
facts admitted by the party need not be proved:
Facts admitted need not be proved - No fact need be proved in any
proceeding, which the parties thereto or their agents agree to admit at
the hearing, or which...
Juvenile Justice: The article looks at the issue of age determination in the context of juvenile justice and if the same is prone to misuse. The paper takes a hard look at the law-literally- and adopts.....
Law & Emotions: Law and Emotions go hand in hand. This relation becomes more intimate in criminal law. The flow of emotions strongly governs your conviction under criminal law........
Defence Against Culpable Homicide: this describe all the element regarding self Defence and provide very practical description....
Section 304-A of I.P.C. be a license to kill: Section 304-A was inserted in the I.P.C in the year 1870, for the crimes where neither intention nor knowledge to cause death is present. This section creates an..
Dying Declaration by Rape Victims: A Critical Analysis: Dying Declarations are the statements made by a dying person as to injuries which culminated in his death or the......
Anti-terrorism laws in India: The bomb blasts & terrorist attack in many cities like Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Banglore and attack on Mumbai on 2611.....
Custodial Torture: This article deals
with the current scenario with respect to custodial torture in India,
the constitutional and legislative provisions that deal with the same
and their inadequacy.......
Legalize Abortion In India: Abortion is defined by the Canadian Intermediate Dictionary.....
Criminal law - Discussion forum
Police officer refuses to register my FIR
Criminal Case against Minor going on for many years now can it be closed?
Wife mentally, physically and verbally abused and tortured by husband
Is it legal to arrest exercising power under section 167 of Crpc
Is it legal to convict accused on basis of evidence recorded by his predecessor
An offence under the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act
What Does Section 125 state for maintenance of wives, children & parents
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