e-Nyayaganga | National Law Institute University, Bhopal

Under e-Nyayaganga project, National Law Institute University, Bhopal, is inviting applications for internships in hybrid mode (i.e. Online/Offline) from young and dynamic students for the position of Research Intern for its National Level Project ‘e-Nyayaganga’ for Development of Digital Content for Legal Literacy – Design, Development and Management sponsored by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and… Read More »

In a case tried summarily by a Metropolitan Magistrate, a sentence of six months imprisonment for the accused is passed by him. Is the sentence of imprisonment legal?

Question: In a case tried summarily by a Metropolitan Magistrate, a sentence of six months imprisonment for the accused is passed by him. Is the sentence of imprisonment legal? Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [In a case tried summarily by a Metropolitan Magistrate, a sentence of six months imprisonment for the accused is passed by him….…...

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Intermediary Liability – Strengthening/Weakening of the internet in India

The Article ‘Intermediary Liability – Strengthening/Weakening of the internet in India’ by Manu Shrivastava is thorough research on the benefits and detriments of the internet and the manner in which technological advancement is somehow creating adverse effects on the society. A plethora of situations is available which prove that social media is nowadays used for the completion of… Read More »

Discuss the procedure adopted by the Magistrate during the trial of summons cases.

Question: Discuss the procedure adopted by the Magistrate during the trial of summons cases. [U.P.C.J. 1985] Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Discuss the procedure adopted by the Magistrate during the trial of summons cases.] Answer The term “summons cases” has been defined, in a negative sense, under Section 2(w) of the CrPC as “a case relating……...

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5 Legal Payment Methods for Indian Online Casinos

Online gambling is a huge industry, and it’s only getting bigger. In India, online gambling is a multi-billion dollar business. And with the recent legalisation of online gambling in India, that number is only going to grow. If you’re looking to get into the Indian online gambling market, you need to know what payment methods are available to… Read More »

Explain in brief, the procedure for trial adopted in warrant cases instituted otherwise than on Police Report.

Question: Explain in brief, the procedure for trial adopted in warrant cases instituted otherwise than on Police Report. [U.P.C.J. 2012, UPCJ 1991, BIHAR J 1991, MPJ 2017] Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Explain in brief, the procedure for trial adopted in warrant cases instituted otherwise than on Police Report.] Answer In warrant cases instituted otherwise than……...

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In a trial of summons case, the accused A pleads guilty to the magistrate. The Magistrate records the plea of guilt but does not record it immediately, but later on the basis of his memory. After recording a `plea of guilt’, the Magistrate convicts A. Is the conviction of A valid?

Question: In a trial of summons case, the accused A pleads guilty to the magistrate. The Magistrate records the plea of guilt but does not record it immediately, but later on the basis of his memory. After recording a `plea of guilt’, the Magistrate convicts A. Is the conviction of A valid? Give reasons and also refer to……...

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A, a complainant seeks permission for withdrawal of the complaint from the Magistrate under Section 257, CrPC in a summons case. Is the Magistrate bound to give permission for such withdrawal? Give reasons and also refer to case law, if any, on the point.

Question: A, a complainant seeks permission for withdrawal of the complaint from the Magistrate under Section 257, CrPC in a summons case. Is the Magistrate bound to give permission for such withdrawal? Give reasons and also refer to case law, if any, on the point. Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [A, a complainant seeks permission for……...

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What is the effect of non-appearance or death of complainant in a trial of summon cases by Magistrate?

Question: What is the effect of non-appearance or death of complainant in a trial of summon cases by Magistrate? [UPPCS (J) 1984, UP (J) 2012] Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [What is the effect of non-appearance or death of complainant in a trial of summon cases by Magistrate?] Answer In the case where the complainant does……...

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Who can withdraw the complaint and what is its effect?

Question: Who can withdraw the complaint and what is its effect? [UPCJ 1985] Find the answer only on Legal Bites. [Who can withdraw the complaint and what is its effect?] Answer According to Section 257 of CrPC that deals with the Withdrawal of Complaint; the complainant can withdraw the case before the final judgment by satisfying the Magistrate……...

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