State of Kerala Vs. K. Ajith & Ors-28/07/21

CJM declining to grant permission to the Public Prosecutor to withdraw the prosecution. An application for withdrawal of prosecution under Section 321 of the CrPC. It is not the duty of this Court, in an application under Section 321 of the CrPC, to adjudicate upon evidentiary issues and examine the admissibility or sufficiency of evidence.

Criminal Justice

ses come to court after a decision has been made by, usually the Crown Prosecution Service, to prosecute someone for an alleged crime. In the vast majority of cases (over 95 per cent), magistrates hear the evidence and, as a panel, make a decision on guilt or innocence. For more serious cases a district judge (Magistrates’ Court) or a circuit judge in the Crown Court will hear the evidence, and in the case of the latter, this will involve a jury trial. Very serious criminal cases, such as murder and rape, may be heard by a High Court judge.

The Sindh Prosecutors Rules 2006

A Prosecutor appointed on contract basis shall hold office for a non-extendable period of three years during the pleasure of Government. A Prosecutor appointed on contract basis shall be liable to be removed from his office at any time, if he is guiltily of any act or conduct which, in the opinion of Government, is incompatible with his duties as such prosecutor


“Prosecutor” means the Prosecutor General, Additional Prosecutor General, Deputy Prosecutor General, Assistant Prosecutor General, District Public Prosecutor, Deputy District Public Prosecutor, Assistant District Public Prosecutor and a Public Prosecutor appointed under this Act and shall be deemed to be the Public Prosecutor under the Code;

National Human Rights Commission vs State Of Gujarat & Ors [ALL SC 2009 MARCH ]

KEYWORDS:- SIT- WITNESS PROTECTION -FAIR TRIAL- COURT DIRECTIONS : (a) Ensuring safe passage for the witnesses to and from the court precincts. (b) Providing security to the witnesses in their place of residence wherever considered necessary, and (c) Relocation of…


LAW OF PAKISTAN (Act III of 2006) C O N T E N T S Chapter-I Preliminary Short title, extent and commencement. Definitions. Chapter-II Establishment, Constitution and Administration of the Service Establishment of the Service. Constitution. Superintendence and administration. Prosecutor…