Posts tagged with "CrPC"

ACQUITTAL "Possible view" CrPC Section 378
Cr.P.C. Section 167(2) – Imposition of condition while releasing the appellant on default bail/statutory bail

Transfer power under section 406 of the Code is to be invoked sparingly
Lay down that under no circumstances copies of statements recorded under Section 164 of the Code can be furnished till appropriate orders are passed by the Court after taking cognizance in the matter.

IPC, Section 375 - Criminal trial - Age – Benefit of doubt - Prosecutrix in her deposition dithered with regard to her age by first stating she was sixteen years on the date of occurrence and then corrected herself to state she was thirteen - Though she alleged that the appellant outraged her modesty at the point of a knife while she was on way to school, no name of the school has been disclosed either by the prosecutrix or her parents - If the prosecutrix was studying in a school there is no...
Cr.P.C., Section 313 - Circumstances not put to an accused under Section 313 Cr.P.C. , cannot be used against him, and must be excluded from consideration

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When the issue as to the genuineness of the receipts is pending consideration in the civil suit, the FIR ought not to have been allowed to continue as it would prejudice the interest of the parties and the stand taken by them in the civil suit.

Where the complaint has been dismissed by the Magistrate under Section 203 of the Code, right of hearing in a revision petition
Difference between Section Section 195(1)(b)(i) and Section 195(1)(b)(ii) – CrPC

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