The general rule is that any person having knowledge of the commission of an offence may set the law in motion by filing a complaint. Are there any exceptions to this rule in regard to prosecution for an offence against the State and prosecution against judges and public servants?

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CRPC Mains Questions Series Part V

Last Updated on 1 month by Admin LB Question: The general rule is that any person having knowledge of the commission of an offence may set the law in motion by filing a complaint. Are there any exceptions to this rule in regard to prosecution for an offence against the State and prosecution against judges and public servants?...

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