Nilanjana Banerjee

National University of Study and Research in Law Ranchi

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Crimes Against Property in the USA

This article on ‘Crimes against property in the USA’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and discusses the various crimes against property as recognized under US law. I. Introduction There is a general notion that crime causes harm to individuals, but it can damage the property too such as breaking the thing, stealing away or even burning down. The… Read More »

The United States and its influence on Rome statute

This article on ‘The United States and its influence on Rome statute’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and aims to discuss what Rome Statute is, how did it grow, what is the role of the US in its growth. It will also analyse how the relationship between the US and International Criminal Court is. I. Introduction Every nation… Read More »

Admissibility of Illegally Obtained Evidence

This article on ‘Admissibility of illegally obtained evidence’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and aims to deal with the nitty-gritty of legal procedure and violation of privacy in the context of Mapp v. Ohio (1961). I. Introduction Almost every constitution grants the right to life and privacy as it is considered to be a very basic right, but… Read More »

Gideon v. Wainwright – The Right to Counsel

This article on ‘Gideon v. Wainwright – The Right to Counsel’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and aims at exploring the extent of the 6th amendment and the Gideon v. Wainwright case. I. Introduction Natural rights and natural justice hold an immensely significant status in every human’s life. As per this, living beings own the right to life,… Read More »

Determining Attempt as an Inchoate Crime

This article on ‘Determining attempt as an inchoate crime’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and aims to focus on ‘attempt’ as an inchoate crime and different aspects related to it. I. Introduction Commission of crime requires several stages and elements. It starts from planning – plotting, preparing and finally making attempts. The attempt to commit a crime, if… Read More »

Legality of abortion in USA

The article ‘Legality of abortion in USA’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and discusses the struggles faced by women in getting abortions, the restrictions on abortion and the landmark cases concerning abortion in the US and its present status. I. Introduction Every individual has the right over their own body and women have this additional right to express… Read More »

Solicitation As Inchoate Crime

This article by Nilanjana Banerjee presents an overview of Solicitation as an Inchoate Crime and provides an insight into the possible defences, that could be employed. Crimes have two basic elements i.e. actus reus and mens rea. However, there are aspects of crime that are at a primary stage, which calls for a law that punishes unfinished acts… Read More »

Sexual Offenses In United States

The article, “Sexual Offenses In United States” authored by Nilanjana Banerjee aims to briefly discuss all the sexual offenses as are exist in United States. However, this article focuses more on rape as a sexual offense. Not every offense relates to the public arena of an individual’s life. There are certain offenses that meddle with private arenas of… Read More »

Punishments and their Purposes in US

This article on ‘Punishments and their Purposes in US’ written by Nilanjana Banerjee focuses on the purpose of the punishments, the philosophy behind it and the consequences. Crimes ( as defined by Oxford Dictionary) are ‘an action or omission which constitutes an offence and is punishable by law’[1]. The definition itself includes the role of punishment and thus……...

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