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Constitution of Criminal Courts and it’s Hierarchy

Constitution of Criminal Courts and it’s Hierarchy | Overview Introduction Classes of Criminal Courts Power of Courts to try offences Power of the Court to pass sentences Sentences which High Courts and Sessions Judges may pass Sentences which Magistrates may pass Sentence of imprisonment in default of fine Sentences in cases of conviction of several offences at one……...

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Difference between procedure of trial for Warrant Case and Summon Case

INTRODUCTION A police report is defined in this Code and according to these provisions ‘Police report means a report forwarded by a police officer to a Magistrate under sec. 173 of the code. When in any warrant case instituted on a police report the accused appears or is brought before a Magistrate at the commencement of trial. A……...

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Functionaries under the Criminal Procedure Code 1973

In this section, we will discuss the important functionaries under the Criminal Procedure Code 1973.  They are – (a) Police, (b) Prosecutor, (c) Defence Counsel and (d) Prison Authorities. Important Functionaries in details:- 1. Police The ordinary criminal courts derive their existence from CrPC. However, CrPC does not say anything about the constitution of Police. It assumes the……...

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AN ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE CRIME

Introduction to Corporate Crime  Corporate crime is a phenomenon that marked the 20th century. The first half was marked with two major world economic crises (The Great Depression) and the second with an increasing number of massive corporate scandals. What is significant is the fact that this type of fraud is spreading, and as a consequence there has… Read More »

Role of youth as Change Agents in India’s Development

Introduction Youth is the most important and dynamic segment of the population in any country.  It is believed that developing countries with large youth populations could see tremendous growth, provided they invest in young people’s education, health and protect and guarantee their rights. We can undoubtedly say that today’s young are tomorrow’s innovators, creators, builders and leaders. But… Read More »