Ashish has a flair for legal research and writing on contemporary issues. He believes the law is not a course but a Value Education subject that everyone should be taught at the school level. Belonging to the legal fraternity, he owes a responsibility to the future law aspirants and tries to assist them through their law school until they chose a career in law.

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Determination of Jurisdiction for Inquiry and Trial of Offences under CRPC

This article shall examine the procedure to determine jurisdiction when an offence has been committed in India within the territory of a court. It shall further understand how to determine the jurisdiction of courts for trial if the offence is committed through letter/post or in a foreign country. Introduction As per Section 2(g) of the Code of Criminal… Read More »

Trial of Warrant Cases under CRPC

Abstract The Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 entails three types of trials on the basis of the nature of the case. Thus, these are a) trial of summons cases, b) trial of warrant cases and c) summary trials for petty offences or misdemeanours. These trials are specifically before the court of Judicial Magistrates. A trial before the Court of… Read More »