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Compounding Of Offences: Is The Accused Invited To The "Party"
There are times when Shylock does not want his pound of flesh, this may happen in a world where Shylock and Antonio enter into a compromise..
India
15 Oct 2019
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Law Abrogated, Enduring Criminal Liability
With the development of society, new laws and enactments materialize to meet the requirements of evolving societal needs.
India
15 Oct 2019
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Third Party Liability In Contempt Proceedings
Judiciary acts as a guardian of rule of law, which is the foundation of a democratic society.
India
25 Sep 2019
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Section 160 Of The Code Of Criminal Procedure,1973- To Attend Or Not To Attend?
The general misconception that often plagues the citizenry of this nation is that the powers and authority of the Police Department are unfettered and untrammeled.
India
25 Sep 2019
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Filling The Yawning Gap In Statute By Judicial Interpretation: Voice Sample
Spectrographic or "voiceprint" identification process is based on comparative analysis of voiceprints or phonetic elements to arrive at an identification of an individual.
India
19 Sep 2019
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Amendment To Complaint Under Section 138 Of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881-Myth Or Reality?
The object of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 ("CrPC/ Code") is to provide machinery for the punishment of offenders against the substantive criminal law.
India
8 Feb 2019
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156(3), CrPc: Interlocutory Or Not? Treading A Paradoxical Course
The term "interlocutory order" is a term that has no lack of well-known legal significance and appears to present no complex difficulty.
India
23 Nov 2018
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The Meandering Law On The Duration Of An Anticipatory Bail Order
Whether anticipatory bail should be granted only for a limited period of time, or once granted, should it continue till the end of trial?
India
3 Sep 2018
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The Shifting Judicial Sands On Accused's Right To Rely On Exculpatory Material At The Stage Of Discharge
A preliminary hearing in a criminal trial is one of great importance, and the right to seek a discharge (threshold dismissal) is an extremely valuable right that the Criminal Justice System guarantees to the Accused.
India
8 Mar 2018
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Understanding The Law Of Extradition In India
Crime is increasingly turning international. Many serious offences now have cross border implications.
India
15 Mar 2017
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