When the Order  of the Magistrate issuing process against the accused can be quashed or set aside

The Magistrate has been given an undoubted discretion in the matter and the discretion has to be judicially exercised by him. Once the Magistrate has exercised his discretion it is not for the High Court or even the Supreme Court, to substitute its own discretion for that of the Magistrate or to examine the case on merits with a view to find out whether or not the allegations in the complaint, if proved, would ultimately end in conviction of the accused. These considerations are totally foreign to the scope and ambit of an inquiry u/s 202 which culminates into an order u/s 204.

Difference between seizing of a document and impounding a document.

A seizure is made at a particular moment when a person or authority takes into his possession some property which was earlier not in his possession. Thus, seizure is done at a particular moment of time. However, if after seizing…

Trial of Summons-Cases by Magistrates

Punishment up to Two years 
The Summons / Warrants to be executed by Police. The copy of the Complaint along with all the documents relied upon by the Complainant must be furnished to the accused
Dismissal of Complaint for default – section 256
Examination of accused u/s 313
Section 353: Judgment
Section 360: Order to release on probation of good conduct or after admonition:
Section 309: Adjournments
Sections 406 to 412: Transfer of cases