Category: Crimes

Impact Statement for Business is an assessment of impact on business due to crime

United Kingdom

A witness statement allows a witness to give evidence to the court about the circumstances and nature of a crime. This will be used by the court to establish whether a crime was committed and by whom. When sentencing a person found ‘guilty’ of that crime, an ISB enables a business to set out the impact a crime has had on the business and this will be considered by the court when determining the appropriate sentence for the crime.

How to issue Medical Certificate of Death by a Registered Medical Practitioner

Death certificates serve the critical functions of providing documentation for legal/administrative purposes and vital statistics for epidemiologic/health policy purposes. In order to satisfy these functions, it is important that death certificates be filled out completely, accurately, and promptly. The high error rate in death certification has been documented in multiple prior studies, as has the effectiveness of educational training interventions at mitigating errors. The following guide to death certification is intended to illustrate some basic principles and common pitfalls in electronic death registration with the goal of improving death certification accuracy.

Promoting healthy brain development in utero reduces criminal behavior


There is a growing literature on biological explanations of antisocial and criminal behavior. This paper provides a selective review of three specific biological factors – psychophysiology (with the focus on blunted heart rate and skin conductance), brain mechanisms (with a focus on structural and functional aberrations of the prefrontal cortex, amygdala, and striatum), and genetics (with an emphasis on gene-environment and gene-gene interactions). Overall, understanding the role of biology in antisocial and criminal behavior may help increase the explanatory power of current research and theories, as well as inform policy and treatment options.

Crime and Criminal Law Index

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Bishop F. Mulakkal Vs State of Kerala: Mulakkal forcefully inserted his fingers into Nun`s vagina while thrusting his sexual organ into her mouth.

Bishop Franco Mulakkal vs – State of Kerala-the accused ruthlessly exploited her and committed repeated acts of penetrative sexual intercourse with the victim, against her consent by making use of his official position, control and dominance over her and thus committed the offences punishable u/s 342, 376(2)(k), 376(2)(n), 376 C (a), 377 and 506(ii) of IPC.

What is White-Collar Crime

The term reportedly has been coined in 1939, the term white-collar crime is now synonymous with the full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals. These crimes are characterized by […]

Murder Case: Surupa Guha w/o – Indranath Guha(ex-Principal of South Point School and Friend of Aparna Sen)-1976

Actress Aparna Sen was very close to Indranath Guha. Her husband Sanjoy ended up taking his own life.  Lal Bazar Detective Department had interrogated Aparna in connection with the Surupa Guha case. Rumour was rampant in the media that Surupa threatened Indra to disclose his illicit relationship with Aparna and to expose his ‘Educated’ family to the world. Chief minister Siddhartha Sankar Roy assured for fare investigation.  

Fictitious reservations of hotel rooms via Net

Cyber Crime,Cyber Security,Cyber Law

Days after the charge has been made, the alleged customer informs that he must cancel the reservation, and requests that the money be returned to him, but not to the same credit card number, but to a bank account or to through some money-sending company, and gives all sorts of sometimes quite incoherent excuses and explanations.

The Origin, Right and Consequences of Punishment: VOLTAIRE

If we look into history we shall find that laws which are, or ought to be, conventions between men in a state of freedom, have been, for the most part, the work of the passions of a few, or the consequences of a fortuitous or temporary necessity; not dictated by a cool examiner of human nature, who knew how to collect in one point the actions of a multitude, and had this only end in view, the greatest happiness of the greatest number.

Indian Supreme Court on Murder Cases


Supreme Court opinions on Murder Cases before it ..Facts ..Trial.. Evidence.. Punishment.. Aggravated and Mitigating circumstance .. Conversion of Death sentence to Life sentence ..Appeal against conviction and acquittal ..Revision ..Writ..Review.. Curative petition.. Bail granted , rejected and cancelled..Constitutional challenge..Rarest of the rare doctrine ..Law and order cases..Political assassination .. Terror attack ..Murder with rape… Claim of Juvenility..

Religious offences under Pakistan Penal Code 1860

Whoever destroys, damages or defiles any place of worship, or any object held sacred by any class of persons with the intention of thereby insulting the religion of any class of persons or with the knowledge that any class of persons is likely to consider such destruction damage or defilement as an insult to their religion. shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to two years, or with fine, or with both.

Crimes against humanity

Crimes against humanity “Crime against humanity” means any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack: […]