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Medical Professionals will not be tugged into the Criminal Proceedings: SC

Medical Professionals will not be tugged into the Criminal Proceedings: SC Unless any Negligent act or omission of high order is done, the Medical Professionals...

SC requests to hear application under Section 391 for adducing additional evidence as earliest

Section 391: SC requests to hear application under Section 391 for adducing additional evidence as earliest In this case of Asim@ Mumkin @ Asif Abdul...

Mandatory judicial inquiry in cases of custodial death, custodial rape agree to hear plea Sec. 176(1A): SC

Mandatory judicial inquiry in cases of custodial death, custodial rape agree to hear plea: SC The Supreme Court will now take in concern the cases...

MHA prays Supreme Court to clarify or alter ‘Shatrughan Chauhan’ case guidelines for Mercy Petition

MHA prays Supreme Court to clarify or alter 'Shatrughan Chauhan' case guidelines for Mercy Petition  In a 2014 case, Shatrughan Singh Chauhan v. Union of...

Exclusive and wide-ranging powers provided to the trial courts under section 216 of CrPC

Exclusive and wide-ranging powers provided to the trial courts under section 216 of CrPC In its judgement today,the apex court observed that the court has...

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...

Who Enjoys Immunity From Arrest In India under CrPC and Constitution?

   Who Enjoys Immunity From Arrest In India under CrPC and Constitution? Photo: freepressjournal.in (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Meaning of Arrest  Arrest does not define...

Landmark Case on Anticipatory Bail- Part-I Our Legal World

                      Cases on Anticipatory Bail  1. Amarjit Singh Vs. State Of Nct Of Delhi...

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...

Important Supreme Court Case on Anticipatory Bail- PART- III

Anticipatory Bail- PART- III Important Supreme Court Case on Anticipatory Bail Landmark Supreme Court Case on Anticipatory Bail. The CrP.C. does not define the words Anticipatory...
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