Criminal Procedure

By | August 9, 2018
Criminal Procedure

The Code of Criminal Procedure is a procedural law that came into force on April 1, 1974. The Criminal Procedure Law has been designed to look after the machinery for the detection of crime, apprehension of suspected criminals, the collection of evidence, determination of the guilt or innocence of the suspected person, and imposition of suitable punishment to the guilty person. Another important point to note in this regard is that the procedural law is not wholly procedural or adjective in nature.

Important articles and study material on Criminal Procedure Code – Click on the link to Read

  1. Introduction to the Code of Criminal Procedure and Important Definitions
  2. Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 – Bare Act
  3. Code of Criminal Procedure – Introduction and Important Definitions
  4. Constitution of Criminal Courts and its Hierarchy
  5. Difference between the procedure of trial for Warrant Case and Summon Case
  6. Summon & Warrant Cases
  7. Functionaries under the Criminal Procedure Code 1973
  8. Arrest of a Person
  9. Bail – Provisions as to bail and bonds
  10. Rights of an Arrested Person
  11. First Information Report (F.I.R.)
  12. Charge (Allegations)
  13. Initiation of Criminal Proceedings
  14. Trial in Summons Cases
  15. Procedure of Trial Before Sessions Court
  16. Provision of Appeal under Criminal Procedure Code
  17. Plea Bargaining
  18. Procedures Followed by Magistrates in Court
  19. Provisions as to Accused Persons of Unsound Mind [Chapter XXV]
  20. Provisions as to Offences Affecting the Administration of Justice
  21. Transfer of Criminal Cases
  22. Limitation For Taking Cognizance Of Certain Cases
  23. Inherent Powers Of High Court

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