Criminal Law

Difference/ Distinction between Arrest and Custody?

Difference between Arrest and Custody? The words custody and arrested are not synonymous terms. In every arrest, there is custody, but not vice versa.   Arrest is...

IPC case law for Preliminary exam as well as Mains Judicial Services

IPC case law for Preliminary exam as well as Mains Judicial Services (Part-II)  #JointLiability (34/149) 26) R v cruise- section 34 is based upon facts and...

List of Non-Bailable Offences Under IPC

List of Non-Bailable Offences Under IPC 121- Waging or attempting to wage war, or abetting the waging of war, against the Government of India, or...

Difference between Bailable offence and Non-Bailable offence

Difference between Bailable offence and Non-Bailable Offences Bailable offences: 1. Section 2(a) Cr.P.C. defines: “Bailable offence” means on offence which is shown as bailable in the First Schedule...

Distinction Between Cognizable offence and Non-Cognizable Offence

Distinction Between Cognizable offence and Non-Cognizable Offence   Offence: The definition the ‘offence’ has been given under three parts under Indian Penal Code. The first part said...

STAGES OF CRIMINAL TRIAL- With Short Explanation

STAGES OF CRIMINAL TRIAL- With Short Explanation                   STAGES OF CRIMINAL TRIAL. Normally a Criminal Trial has to...

Hierarchy of Criminal Courts and their powers to pass sentences

Hierarchy of Criminal Courts and their powers to pass sentences 1. SUPREME COURT (Any sentence authorized by law) 2. HIGH COURT (Any sentence authorized...

Overview of Charge (ALLEGATIONS) under CRPC

Overview of CHARGE (ALLEGATIONS) under CRPC Introduction The charge is the establishment of the allegation(s) against the accused in a criminal case. The inspiration behind a...

Difference between procedure of trial for Warrant Case and Summon Case

Difference between procedure of trial for Warrant Case and Summon Case INTRODUCTIONIn cases instituted on a police report, lot of record made during investigation by...

Difference between Common Law and Civil Law Systems

Difference between Common Law and Civil Law Systems In a, legal systems in countries around the world generally fall into one of two main categories:...
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