The author in this article discusses the consequential crimes by pandemic and increase in the overall crime rate with relevant examples. In such a Pandemic the crime rate noticeably increased in certain areas whereas there are estimations where the crime rate may globally increase further.
Whether a revision petition under section 397 Crpc can be filed against an order passed under Section 156(3) Crpc.
The author discusses whether a revision petition under section 397 Crpc can be filed against an order passed under Section 156(3) Crpc. The author further discusses the relevant and landmark judgments on the same.
The author in this article discusses when an order to release on probation of good conduct can be granted by the court, further in this article we will be understanding the concept of probation, what are the reasons to be granted probation, the legal provisions regarding probation and the procedure to be followed.
The author in this article discusses the purpose of framing of charge, the related legal provisions and the relevant case laws to the same. Further in this article, we will be touching upon the questions such as: What is the legal provision regarding charge and framing of charge? Where can charges be framed? What are the process and the conviction of the charge and how trial commences after framing of charges? Lastly and most importantly, why the framing of charges is most important.
The author in this article discusses Section 511 of the Indian Penal code with reference to Section 307 and 308 IPC and the related case laws. Section 511 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 dealing with attempt does not express any fault element whereas attempt under Sections 307 and 308 of the Indian Penal Code mentions the required fault elements.
The author in this article discusses whether a sessions judge can rely upon case diary in a murder case or not and the related concepts. The author further discusses the importance of case diary in a murder case.
The author in this article discusses whether Fundamental rights can be restricted by an ordinance or not and the related provisions. It further discusses that Fundamental rights are characterized as the basic human freedom every citizen of India should have.
The author in this article discusses the limitations on the ordinance making power and the related Constitutional provisions. It further discusses the case laws that discusse the limitations on the ordinance making power.
The author in this article discusses whether the Governor of the state is bound to act with the advice of his ministers, it further discusses the related Constitutional provisions and the case laws in detail.
The author in this article discusses the powers of the executive to legislate through ordinances and the related provisions. It further discusses that the subordinate legislation and the power of making ordinance are the two ways through which the executive can perform the task of legislation.