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SC: Not Necessary That Accused Must be Actively Involved in Physical Activity of Assault(01.10.2020)

Supreme Court has observed that it is not necessary that an accused must be actively involved in the physical activity of assault to convict him on th.....

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SC: Common Intention Can be Formed at Spur of Moment And During Occurrence Itself(16.12.2022)

Supreme Court has held that 'common intention' for the purpose of Section 34 IPC can be formed at the spur of the moment and during the occurrence its.....

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SC Explains Distinction Between Common Intention and Common Object(11.10.2023)

Supreme Court has observed common intention denotes action in concert and necessarily postulates the existence of a prearranged plan implying a prior .....

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SC: Common Intention Not to Be Inferred Merely on the Basis of Presence of Accused Near Crime Scene(07.02.2024)

SC while observing that there wasn’t oral or documentary evidence to attribute accused with common intention of murder has held that inference was dra.....

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SC: Immaterial Whether Accused Used Weapon or Caused Injury If Common Intention Established(10.03.2022)

Supreme Court has observed that once it is established that all the accused came at the place of incident with a common intention to kill the deceased.....

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Judgments

Essence of Section 34 of IPC, is simultaneous consensus of minds of persons participating in criminal action to bring about particular result(25.07.2017)

Present appeals arise out of common judgment and sentence passed by Additional Sessions Judge, Fast Track Court. Trial Court after hearing parties and.....

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When the evidence of the eye-witnesses is of sterling quality, an adverse inference need not be drawn(13.12.2023)

Present is an appeal preferred by the Accused Nos. 1 and 2. The learned Trial Court convicted Accused No. 3, for the offence punishable under Section .....

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Absence of any overt act of assault, exhortation or possession of weapon cannot be singularly determinative of absence of common intention(01.08.2017)

In present case, conviction of Respondent No. 2, under Section 302/34 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC) by Sessions Judge has been reversed by High Cou.....

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Common intention contemplated by Section 34 of IPC pre¬supposes prior concert requires a pre-arranged plan before a man can be vicariously convicted for the criminal act of another(15.03.2022)

In facts of present case, the Sessions Court has convicted the Appellant¬-accused for an offence punishable under Section 302 read with Section 34 of .....

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