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CrPC Online Course with Certificate | 22 Online Classes (Starts June 2021)

CrPC Online Course with Certificate | 22 Online Classes (Starts June 2021)

About the Online Cours with Certificate LawEscort from time to time brings Online Certificate Course Certificate during this time of the pandemic. This course is organised by Brighter Bee organisation in collaboration with LawEscort. The aim of this online certificate course is to teach students each and every student all the aspects of the criminal procedure…

Mob Lynching- A threat to society

Mob Lynching- A threat to society

Mob lynching is an illegal way of punishing somebody by an informal group of people. A lynch mob can be defined as an angry group of people who wishes to punish by killing someone without a trial because they believe the person has committed a crime. Mob lynching is social as well as a political…

the liberal approach cannot be chosen by the authority while granting bail to accused under the NDPS Act

the liberal approach cannot be chosen by the authority while granting bail to accused under the NDPS Act

The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985, commonly referred to as the NDPS Act, is an Act of the Parliament of India that prohibits a person to produce/manufacture/cultivate, possess, sell, purchase, transport, store, and/or consume any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance. The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Bill, 1985 was introduced in the Lok…

General Rules for Grant of Bail under Cr.PC

General Rules for Grant of Bail under Cr.PC

The provision as regards bail and bonds has been dealt with in Chapter 32 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. While there does not exist a definition of the term bail in the Code, the basic objective of bail is to secure the presence of an accused person in the Court at the time of…

Complete lockdown in 75 districts, essential services to run

Complete lockdown in 75 districts, essential services to run

Amidst the chaos that the COVID-19 outbreak has brought in, the fear that the virus will move to the stage of community transmission is being dreaded by the entire country. Due to the growing unrest and unavailability of mass screenings and checking, the number of cases is rising day by day and has created a…

How the Court decides the ‘Rarest of the Rare’ case for the Death Penalty

How the Court decides the ‘Rarest of the Rare’ case for the Death Penalty

The death penalty is the execution of an offender according to the legal procedure of the state in which it exercises its power to take an individual’s life. The death penalty, which is the highest punishment that is present in India currently, is only awarded in the occurrence of the most heinous crimes and is…

Anticipatory Bail has no application to cases under SC/ST act

Anticipatory Bail has no application to cases under SC/ST act

PRATHIV RAJ CHAUHAN VS UOI In the present case the petitioner has raised the question relating to the provisions inserted by way of carving out section 18A of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 Section 18[1] “Section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure not to apply to persons committing an offence under the Act.—Nothing in section 438 of the Code shall apply…

Omar Abdullah’s sister moves SC challenging his detention under the public safety act

Omar Abdullah’s sister moves SC challenging his detention under the public safety act

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah’s sister Sarah Abdullah pilot has urged the issuance of the writ of habeas corpus to the authorities to produce Mr. Abdullah at the supreme court and set him at liberty. Represented by advocate Gopal Shankaranayanan and Kapil Sibal, Sarah Abdullah approached the supreme court bench led by justice…

Prosecution on the basis of second FIR not sustainable if substratum is common as that of first one: SC

Prosecution on the basis of second FIR not sustainable if substratum is common as that of first one: SC

The Supreme Court held that a person cannot be convicted/acquitted for the same offence twice as provided in section 300 of the Cr.P.C. As per the section, the person who has been convicted or acquitted for the offence will not be tried for the same offence for which a different charge against him under subsection…

SC: Application u/s 391 CrPC seeking to adduce additional evidence should be heard immediately after it is filed

SC: Application u/s 391 CrPC seeking to adduce additional evidence should be heard immediately after it is filed

Asim and Munmun and Asif Abdulkarim vs State Of Gujarat on 10 April 2019 FACTS In the present case PW No.28 – Khodabhai Jogarana was in the organization of his companion to be specific Budho assumed name Vashrambhai at 6.30 at night. They both left on a motorbike to offer prayers at Ashram arranged at…