State of Karnataka Versus K. Yarappa Reddy-As the general rule of evidence is one of prohibiting evidence on collateral issues and since it is only by way of exception that such evidence […]
It is an accepted proposition of law that even in cases where no direct evidence is available in the shape of eye-witnesses etc. a conviction can be based on circumstantial evidence alone. […]
Sec-95- Power to declare certain publications forfeited and to issue search warrants for the same (1) Where— (a)any newspaper, or book, or (b)any document, wherever printed appears to the State Government […]
Designated categories of offences Designated categories of offences means: participation in an organised criminal group and racketeering; terrorism, including terrorist financing; trafficking in human beings and migrant smuggling; […]
It is thus clear that for recording conviction of an offence of robbery, there must be five or more persons. In absence of such finding, an accused cannot be convicted for an offence of dacoity. In a given case, however, it may happen that there may be five or more persons and the factum of five or more persons is either not disputed or is clearly established, but the court may not be able to record a finding as to identity of all the persons said to have committed dacoity and may not be able to convict them and order their acquittal observing that their identity is not established.
PROFORMA FOR EXAMINATION OF RAPE ACCUSED (MALE) Requisition form_____________________of Police Station______________ vide his letter No.______ ___ __________Dated_______________________ Name (in full) _______________________________________ Age by appearance______________Sex____________M.L.C. No._________ Occupation_________________Address________________________________ Date of Examination______________ Time of Examination________________ […]
District and Session Judge Lucknow Case Details Case Type: Session Trial Filing Number: 4213/2017Filing Date: 19-05-2017 Registration Number: 423/2017Registration Date: 19-05-2017 CNR Number: UPLK01-006020-2017 Case Status First Hearing Date: 20th May 2017 Decision Date: 30th September 2020 Case Status: CASE […]
Common intention Sec 34 of Indian Penal Code Acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention – When a criminal act is done by several persons in furtherance […]
Defendants are charged with numerous offenses arising out of their alleged involvement with an international terrorist organization led by Defendant Usama Bin Laden (“Bin Laden”). Presently before the Court are four motions, filed by Defendants Wadih El Hage (“El Hage”), Mamdouh Mahmud Salim (“Salim”), Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (“Odeh”), and Khalfan Khamis Mohamed (“K.K. Mohamed”) seeking an order compelling the Government to file a bill of particulars that is responsive to over 150 separate requests for information. For the reasons set forth below, those motions are granted in part and denied in part.
where the narcotic drug or psychotropic substance consumed is cocaine, morphine, diacetylmorphine or any other narcotic drug or any psychotropic substance as may be specified in this behalf by the Central Government by notification in the Official Gazette, with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine which may extend to twenty thousand rupees; or with both
A Committee has been constituted under the Chairpersonship of the Vice Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi to suggest reforms in the Criminal laws.