Sanjay Chandra Vs CBI – 23/11/2011

Criminal Procedure Code, 1973—Section 439—Constitution of India—Article 21—BAIL—Provisions of Cr.P.C. confer discretionary jurisdiction on Criminal Courts to grant BAIL to accused pending trial or in appeal against convictions—Since jurisdiction is discretionary, it has to be exercised with great care and caution by balancing valuable right of liberty of an individual and interest of the society in general—BAIL is rule and committal to jail an exception.

State of TAMIL NADU through Superintendent of Police CBI/SIT Appellant Versus Nalini and others[ALL SC 1999 May]

 KEYWORDS:- Rajib Gandhi Murder Case-disrupting the sovereignty of India-Murder- Date :- 11-05-1999 Offence under Section 302 read with Section 120-B of IPC it would be advantageous to consider whether prosecution could sustain offences under TADA AIR 1999 SC 2640 : (1999) 3…

Union of India (UOI) thr. Inspector, CBI Vs Purnandu Biswas-it was not enough that some currency notes were handed over to the public servant to make it as acceptance of gratification;

07-10-2005 purpose of a criminal trial is not to support at all costs a theory but to investigate the offence and to determine the guilt or innocence of the accused and the duty of a public prosecutor is to represent…