CrPC

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    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, BAILMENT

    BAILMENT   Meaning:- The term bailment is derived from the French word “bailor” which means “to deliver”. It basically means…

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    Remedies for unlawful confinement

    Section 97 provides that if a Magistrate has reason to believe that any person is confined unlawfully, he may issue…

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    Can a Judicial Officer be arrested?

    Subject to circumstances and condition mentioned below, Judicial Officer can be arrested. Guidelines to arrest Judicial Officer In Delhi Judicial…

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    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, OFFENDERS

    CHAPTER-7 OFFENDERS Ch.7.1. Approver: Sn.306 Cr.P.C.   An associate in a crime is called an accomplice. No doubt he is…

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    JURISDICTION OF VARIOUS COURTS IN INDIA

      High Court   Sec 28(1) of CrPc 1973 talks about the Jurisdiction of High Court All type of offences…

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    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, CH-6, Investigation, Inquiry and Trial

      Chapter 6.1. Investigation, Inquiry and Trial:   Sn.2(h): “Investigation” includes all the proceedings under the Cr.P.C. for the collection…

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    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, Sec 300, DOUBLE JEOPARDY

    Ch. 5 Double Jeopardy : Sn.300 Cr.P.C.   One fundamental principle of Criminal Law is that no person who has…

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    Chapter XIV, CrPC Notes

    Conditions requisite for initiation of proceedings – Cognizance – When Judicial Magistrate applies his mind into the commission of alleged…

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