Category Archives: Criminal Procedure

The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 is the procedural law providing the machinery for punishment of offenders under substantive criminal law.

Define and distinguish between Bailable and Non bailable offences.

Question: Define and distinguish between Bailable and Non bailable offences; [U.P.C.J. 1987, RJS 1979, HJS 1999, DJS 2007, UPJ 2016]  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Define and distinguish between Bailable and Non bailable offences.] Answer Section 2(a) of CrPC defines bailable offences as the offence that has been shown in the First Schedule……...

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What are the provisions in Cr.P.C regarding the examination of the accused by a medical practitioner at the request of a Police officer? 

Question: What are the provisions in Cr.P.C regarding the examination of the accused by a medical practitioner at the request of a Police officer?  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [What are the provisions in Cr.P.C regarding the examination of the accused by a medical practitioner at the request of a Police officer?] Answer……...

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What is the provision under Cr.P.C regarding the examination of a person accused of rape by a medical practitioner? 

Question: What is the provision under Cr.P.C regarding the examination of a person accused of rape by a medical practitioner?  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [What is the provision under Cr.P.C regarding the examination of a person accused of rape by a medical practitioner?] Answer Section 53A deals with the Examination of a……...

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Discuss the procedure to be followed after a person is arrested by the Police, also discuss when an accused may be remanded to judicial custody and police custody with reference to the provisions contained in the Constitution of India and the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

Question: Discuss the procedure to be followed after a person is arrested by the Police, also discuss when an accused may be remanded to judicial custody and police custody with reference to the provisions contained in the Constitution of India and the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Discuss……...

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Describe, how an arrest is made? Also, discuss the provision regarding the arrest of women. 

Question: Describe, how an arrest is made? Also, discuss the provision regarding the arrest of women.  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Describe, how an arrest is made? Also, discuss the provision regarding the arrest of women.] Answer The mode of arrest has been mentioned under section 46 with or without a warrant. In……...

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A, an accused is arrested by B, a police officer, without a warrant. After such arrest, A was kept in the custody of police for 30 hours without the order of a Magistrate for interrogation in a very sensational case. Is the detention of the accused legal? 

Question: A, an accused is arrested by B, a police officer, without a warrant. After such arrest, A was kept in the custody of police for 30 hours without the order of a Magistrate for interrogation in a very sensational case. Is the detention of the accused legal?  Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal……...

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A, an accused is arrested by a police officer without a warrant. After arrest, A is detained in the custody of police for 14 hours without the permission or order of a Magistrate. Is the detention of A for 14 hours without the order of the Magistrate, illegal?

Question: A, an accused is arrested by a police officer without a warrant. After arrest, A is detained in the custody of police for 14 hours without the permission or order of a Magistrate. Is the detention of A for 14 hours without the order of the Magistrate, illegal? Give the relevant provision, if any, under the Code……...

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Is a police officer, arresting a person without any warrant, bound to communicate forthwith to him the full particulars of the offence or other grounds for which he is arrested? Whether such an arrested person entitled to be released on bail or not?

Question: Is a police officer, arresting a person without any warrant, bound to communicate forthwith to him the full particulars of the offence or other grounds for which he is arrested? Whether such an arrested person entitled to be released on bail or not? [W.B.J.S 2000] Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [Is a……...

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What is the procedure of arrest and what are the duties of the arresting officer under the newly added Section 41B of Cr. P.C.? State whether a police officer can arrest the person who complies with the terms of the notice under Section 41 A?

Question: What is the procedure of arrest and what are the duties of the arresting officer under the newly added Section 41B of Cr. P.C.? State whether a police officer can arrest the person who complies with the terms of the notice under Section 41 A? Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [What is……...

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When a police officer can issue a notice directing a person whose arrest is not required under Section 41 to appear before him?

Question: When a police officer can issue a notice directing a person whose arrest is not required under Section 41 to appear before him? Find the answer to the mains question only on Legal Bites. [When a police officer can issue a notice directing a person whose arrest is not required under Section 41 to appear before him?] Answer……...

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