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Allahabad HC: Magistrate Has Obligation To Ensure Fair Probe After Passing Order U/S 156 (3) CrPC(08.03.2022)

Allahabad High Court has held that the Magistrate cannot wash his hands of the case after passing an order under Section 156 (3) Cr.P.C and that it is.....

Tags : Allahabad High Court, Section 156(3), Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Monitoring Investigation



Punjab And Haryana High Court: Wife Can't Be Denied Maintenance On Grounds That She Is Well-Educated(05.05.2022)

Punjab and Haryana High Court has observed that husband is legally and morally responsible; wife cannot be denied maintenance on the grounds of being .....

Tags : Punjab and Haryana High Court, Maintenance for Wife, Section 125 Criminal Procedure Code



MP High Court: No ‘Roving Inquiry’ While Exercising Jurisdiction U/s 482 CrPC(14.03.2017)

Madhya Pradesh High Court has held that while exercising jurisdiction of section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code, Courts cannot indulge in a “roving in.....

Tags : Madhya Pradesh High Court, roving inquiry, Criminal Procedure Code



CRIMINAL - Mere Disclosure of Names by Witnesses During Trial Not Enough to Add Person as Additional Accused: SC(14.03.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that mere disclosure of names of some persons by witnesses during trial cannot be said to be strong and cogent evidence to .....

Tags : Supreme Court, Section 319 of the Criminal Procedure Code, Witness



CRIMINAL - Mere Disclosure of Names by Witness During Trial Not Enough to Add Person as Additional Accused: SC(14.03.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that mere disclosure of names of some persons by witnesses during trial cannot be said to be strong and cogent evidence to .....

Tags : Supreme Court, Section 319 of the Criminal Procedure Code, Witness



Criminal Procedure Code (Uttar Pradesh Amendment) Bill, 2018 Re-introduced in Uttar Pradesh(13.06.2019)

Uttar Pradesh Government has re-introduced the provision of anticipatory bail after almost 43 years. This has paved the way for the Accused to get adv.....

Tags : Criminal Procedure Code (Uttar Pradesh Amendment) Bill, 2018, Uttar Pradesh



SC: Power u/s 482 CrPC Cannot be Exercised Where Allegations Required to be Proved in Court of Law(03.02.2020)

Supreme Court has held that power under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 cannot be exercised where the allegations are required to .....

Tags : Supreme Court, Power under Section 482, Criminal Procedure Code, 1973



Karnataka HC: Anticipatory Bail Plea Not Maintainable Once Accused Enters Appearance(28.01.2022)

Karnataka High Court has observed that once an accused has appeared before the court, either personally or through his counsel, he cannot seek anticip.....

Tags : Karnataka High Court, Section 438 Criminal Procedure Code



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