Rights And Protection Of A Witness Under The Law

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British jurist Jeremy Bentham has said that witnesses are the eyes and ears of justice. In cases involving influential people, witnesses turn hostile because of threat to life and property. In Z...

Case Ananlysis: Vishaka v/s. State Of Rajasthan

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Sexual harassment is an unwelcome behavior of sexual nature. Whether it be a developed nation or developing nation or an underdeveloped nation, sexual harassment at workplace is a widespread pr...

Summons To A Witness And A Person Accused Of An Offence: Procedure, Statement...

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An investigation by the police starts as soon as the First Information Report or F.I.R u/s 154 of Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) is registered in respect of an offence (s). The police collect e...

Who Is A Proclaimed Offender: Effect Of Declaring A Person A Proclaimed Offender

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When a person accused of an offence do not appear before a police officer during investigation or when he does not appear before the trial court during trial, a Warrant of Arrest may be issued...

Insanity Defence: A Loopholes For Criminals

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Insanity defense is by and large utilized in crook prosecutions. it is primarily based on the assumption that at the time of the crime, the defendant changed into affected by excessive intellec...

Right to Bail in Money Laundering Cases

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The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 being the parent and sole definite law that engages with offences pertaining to Money Laundering in India, was brought to Indian statutes after the ...

Case Analysis Of Dilip Pandey v/s State of Chhattisgarh-2021

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Facts: The marriage between the applicant and the complainant was solemnized back in 2017 where the applicant soon after, began harassing her on the demands of the dowry. In lieu of constant r...

Is It Always A Man's Mistake?

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Suppression of women and their rights is something with which we all are familiar. We all are well aware of the laws which are shielding women's rights in Indian Jurisprudence, we all are aware...

Case commentary: Murugan v/s State of Tamil Nadu

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Criminal Intention is the best form of blameworthiness of mind or mens rea. Intention occupies a symbolic region in criminal law. As the very highest form of the mental element, it applies to h...

Article 144

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Introduction to Section 144Fundamental rights given in the Indian Constitution are subject to reasonable restrictions. Justice Holmes in the case of Schenck v United States[1] pointed out the s...