CRPC Mains Questions Series Part VIII: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part - VIII of XI
Legal Bites brings to you CRPC Mains Questions Series Part VIII.
Legal Bites brings to you CRPC Mains Questions Series Part VIII. The questions enlisted here are arranged section-wise and will aid the students in preparing for Judiciary, APO or University Exams. The list of questions curated by Legal Bites will help candidates identify the important and frequently asked questions and give them good practice for their aptitude and knowledge.
CRPC Mains Questions Series Part VIII of XI
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CRPC Mains Questions Series | Part – VIII of XI
At what stage the power under Section 319 of the Code of Criminal Procedure is to be exercised by the Court? What is the difference between the powers of the Court under Section 311 Cr.P.C. and Section 319 Cr.PC? [U.P.H.J.S. 2009, MPCJ 2009].
A and B are being tried for the murder of C. During the trial, it appears to the court from the evidence adduced that D was also in the conspiracy with A and B for the murder of C. Can D be made accused by the trial court?
‘X’ on hearing that his brother Y was being beaten up by an iron rod by Z reached the spot. He found the accused abusing and saying to the victim that he would not let him remain alive. On seeing ‘X’ and other coming he ran away. ‘X’ removed his injured brother to the hospital where Y died. ‘X’ reported the matter to the police naming Z as the sole accused of the crime.
During interrogation, two witnesses claimed to have seen and heard beforehand A, brother of Z, to have exhorted the accused to kill the deceased where after the actual assailant is said to have assaulted the deceased. Police filed challan against Z on the basis that A was not involved in the crime. X moved an application before the Magistrate to summon A also so as to send him to stand for trial alongside Z before the Court of Sessions. Decide X’s application. [D.J.S. 1996]
Discuss the grounds on which an application under Section 319 Cr.P.C. for the summoning of a person as an accused can be filed and at what stage of the proceedings can. The court does so with reference to the latest case law of the Supreme Court in the case of Hardeep Singh v. State of Punjab (2014) 3 SCC 92.
A, an accused is being tried under Section 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt) and under Section 452 (house-trespass after preparation of hurt) of I.P.C. He gives an application to the trial court seeking permission to compound the offences under the aforesaid Sections. The court rejects the application on the ground that as Section 452 is non-compoundable, permission cannot be granted even though Section 325 is compoundable. Is the order of the trial court valid? Give reasons and also refer to the case law.
Six persons are charged under Sections 395/397 of I.P.C. A petition is filed by the de facto complainant for withdrawal of the case on the ground of the same having been compounded out of court. Can the Sessions Judge allow the prayer? [WBJS, 1998]
A is tried for an offence. During the trial, the Public Prosecutor wants to withdraw from prosecution against A even as some of the prosecution witnesses have already been examined. Can the Public Prosecutor withdraw from prosecution? Give reasons in support of your answer and also refer to the statutory provision in this regard, if any.
A is tried for a certain offence. During the trial, the Public Prosecutor wants to withdraw from the prosecution of A. Can he withdraw from the prosecution of ‘A’ without the consent of the court? Give reasons in support of your answer and also refer to the relevant provision.
A is alleged to have committed the murder of B. The cognizance against A is taken by the Chief Judicial Magistrate, and the case is transferred to a Magistrate of 1st class. The Public Prosecutor files an application before the concerned Magistrate of 1st class, who is a committing Magistrate also, for withdrawal from prosecution.
The committing Magistrate gives consent for such withdrawal. Is the consent given by the Magistrate valid in the case of an offence (murder) which is exclusively triable by a Sessions Judge? Give reasons in support of your answer and also refer to the case law, if any, on this point.
A is prosecuted for the offence of murder. Before the pronouncement of judgment, the Public Prosecutor seeks permission from the Sessions Judge for withdrawal from prosecution. Is the Sessions Judge bound to give consent to the Public Prosecutor for withdrawal from prosecution under Section 321? Give reasons for your answer and also refer to case laws, if any, on this point.
A files a complaint petition before the Chief Judicial Magistrate against B. The C.J.M. takes cognizance against B. During the trial (before pronouncement of judgment) A wants to withdraw from prosecution against B by invoking the provision made in Section 321, Cr.P.C. Can he do so? Give reasons for your answer.
A prosecutes B as a private party for voluntarily causing hurt to him. In this regard A files a complaint petition before the Chief Judicial Magistrate. The C.J.M. takes cognizance. During the trial, the Public Prosecutor wants to withdraw from prosecution under Section 321. Can he do so? Give reasons and refer to the case law.