FIRST INFORMATION REPORT

FIRST INFORMATION REPORT UNDER CrPC

Introduction This article throws light upon what is meant by the First Information Report (FIR) as given under the Code of Criminal Procedure.The first information report implies any information which is recorded by a police authority or an officer on duty given either by the aggrieved individual or some other individual to the commission of […]

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INFORMATION TO POLICE AND POWER TO INVESTIGATE

INFORMATION TO POLICE AND POWER TO INVESTIGATE

INTRODUCTION In this topic of information to police and power to investigate which is constituted under the criminal procedure code 1973. Information to the police officer and his power to investigate, this applies to all the specified cognizable and non-cognizable cases also in the cases of suicide, killed by accident or the cases of accident. […]

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ARRESTED PERSON’S RIGHTS UNDER CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973

ARRESTED PERSON’S RIGHTS UNDER CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973

Introduction Everyone is equal before the law and also our Indian Constitution treats everybody equally. Thus, even the arrested person has got his/her own rights. In a democratic society, even the rights of the accused are hallowed, however, blamed for an offence, he does not turn into a non-person. The accused in India are afforded […]

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INVESTIGATION UNDER SECTION 156(3)

INVESTIGATION UNDER SECTION 156(3) OF THE CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, 1973

Introduction As the topic suggests, this article will be throwing light upon investigation and that to under Section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. The main objective of CrPC is to find out the culprit or the person who has committed the crime and ensure that he is punished by the courts. What […]

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arrest

ARREST UNDER CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (CrPC)

Introduction The main objective of this article is to discuss the concept of arrest given under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Basically the term arrest stands for the apprehension or taking into custody of a person by a legal authority or by the apparent legal authority for the purpose of holding and detaining that […]

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