It needs to contain only some information about the crime and some information about the manner in which the offence has been committed – It is not required to contain minute details of whole crime. Case: Sunil Khergade Vs. State of Maharashtra Citation: (2016) 15 SCC 773. Bench Stenghth – …Read More »
Legal Shorts;- Police to register FIR, even if Magistrate directs investigation under S.156 (3) of Cr.P.C.
Absence of direction for registration of – Duty of police – Where Magistrate does not direct police in explicit words to register FIR but directs for investigation u/s. 156(3) Cr.P.C., police should register an FIR – Because S. 156 falls within Chap. XII which deals with powers of police officers …Read More »
Quashing of FIR – Application for quashing FIR – President of Trust filed FIR against other members of trust alleging that they in collusion with each other appointed Librarian illegally by passing resolution- However, said allegations were related to facts 15 years back and were also raised by him before …Read More »
Where in a rape case from the evidence on record, it is clear that the accused is not named in the FIR and he is living at a place miles away from the house of the victim, and he is not arrested from the spot in the presence of the …Read More »