If husband and wife lived separately by mutual consent, then the wife is not entitled to claim maintenance u/s,125(4) of CrPC Criminal Procedure Code, Section 125 In the case of Amarendra Nath Bagui vs. Smt. Gouri Rani Bagui and another, (1990 CRI. L. J. 2415), The Calcutta High Court entertained …Read More »
What are Bailable and Non-Bailable Offences Under the Indian Penal Code? I List of bailable and non-bailable offences. Introduction: The crimes and offences and their punishments have been given under the Indian penal code, 1860. The procedure of trial also has been given in the Code of Criminal Procedure. Under …Read More »
When there is no sufficient ground to prosecute the accused, the trial Judge is bound to discharge the accused.
Criminal P.C. (2 of 1974), S.227- It is clear from Section 227 that the trial Judge is bound to discharge the accused if he considers there is no sufficient ground for proceeding against him. First, we have to know what the provision of section 227 of Crpc is saying? Section …Read More »
(1) Introduction: The Criminal Procedure Code, 1974, is a procedural Law, that is deals with the legal process of offensive matters related to crime. It is doesn’t matter whether criminal offences are covered under the Indian Penal Code or any other laws. The offence means an illegal act or crime …Read More »
(1) Introduction:- Equal justice is a constitutional right of every person. Sometimes a party has to be involved in the litigation, whether directly or indirectly. In that situation, they often use the legal words appeal and revision. But sometimes, a party does not know the difference between appeal and revision …Read More »
(1) Introduction: The trial could be different in every criminal case, according to the seriousness of the offense, In the provision of the criminal procedure code. There are different types of trials, including summary trials, summons case trial, warrant case trial, trial in the high court, and trial in the …Read More »