Criminal Procedure – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

By | January 30, 2020
Criminal Procedure

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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 procedural law is not wholly procedural or adjective in nature.

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

Module 1: Introduction and Functionaries Under the Code

Module  2: Arrest, Search And Seizure

Module 3: Preventive Measures and Security Proceedings

Module 4: Maintenance of Wives, Children And Parents

Module 5: Investigation

 Module 6: Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts

Module 7: Complaints to Magistrates

 Module 8: Charge And Trial

Module 9: Plea Bargaining

Module 10: Bail and Anticipatory Bail

Module 11: Judgment and Appeal

Module 12: Reference, Revision and Transfer

Module 13: Miscellaneous (Certain Most Important Topics In Practice)

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  • Mohit Sharma says:

    Module 8: Charge And Trial
    Summary Trials (The topics cover Sections 204 – 265 of the Cr. PC)
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