Posts filed in Criminal Law

Institution of Ombudsman-A Legislative and Judicial Outlook

Posted Thursday November 05, 2015 by CSLRA India

Source: Lawctopus.com Editor’s note:  An ombudsman is a public advocate who is usually appointed by the government, with a significant degree of independence, and is charged with representing the interests...

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PIL against exemption provided to Marital Rape dismissed

Posted Thursday November 05, 2015 by CSLRA India

“The drafters of Indian Penal Code were conscious about the customary practices, the religious rituals and the ground realty in such a vast country where people live in diverse situations...

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Death Penalty: An Overview Of Indian Cases

Posted Thursday November 05, 2015 by CSLRA India

Death Penalty is a process where a crime so grievous has been committed that the state condemns the act by sentencing the convicted to death. It is only applied in...

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The Landmark cases everyone should study!

Posted Tuesday November 03, 2015 by CSLRA India

There have been landmark cases in the history which have changed the very concept the Law is presently studied or interpreted. Following is a brief compilation of such landmark cases...

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Whether tape recorded conversation is admissible in evidence ?

Posted Tuesday November 03, 2015 by CSLRA India

The highest Court of the land had occasion to consider the question whether the tape recorded conversation is admissible in evidence in the decision reported in Ram Singh v. Palmal...

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“Age Matters” cases: US Supreme Court altered the criminal justice landscape for youth

Posted Monday November 02, 2015 by CSLRA India

While drafting a simple Anticipatory Bail Application of my client; a student allegedly involved in offences of cheating and forgery for extracting money from a businessman, I come across the...

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