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Legal and Constitutional Rights of Executive (Government) – Police Brutality

Legal and Constitutional Rights of Executive (Government) – Police Brutality

With more power to executives comes more police brutality and discrimination. Discuss the legal rights and constitutional rights for the sam

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Extradition

Extradition

Overview When a person commits a crime in one country and flees to another country, then it does not mean that he would not be punished for

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Reward to informants

Reward to informants

Overview An informant is a person who- a) provides specific information regarding tax evasion, b) who helps the concerned authorities to rec

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Sedition

Sedition

Section 124 A in Chapter VI of Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860 deals with the Offence ‘Sedition’. ‘Offences against the State’ under C

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Quashing of FIR

Quashing of FIR

Beginning with what is FIR? FIR stands for First Information Report. Whenever any offence is committed, a written document is prepared by th

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Dowry Death

Dowry Death

Introduction Dowry death has been one of the most alarming issues in Indian society. We come across huge cases of dowry deaths being filed e

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Assault and Battery

Assault and Battery

Assault: it is an act which is done with the intention of causing apprehension of imminent threat or harm in the mind of the other. Assault

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False Imprisonment

False Imprisonment

False imprisonment is called wrongful confinement in the Indian Penal code. It is basically unlawfully restraining a person’s way in all t

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Capital Punishment

Capital Punishment

Generally, Capital Punishment in India means the death penalty awarded by the Court of Competent Jurisdiction in India, in rarest of rare ca

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ZERO FIR

ZERO FIR

FIR known as First-Hand Report is an initial report in form of a written document prepared by police officers when they receive information

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Legal Proformas

Legal Proformas

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Admissible Evidences under the Indian Law

Admissible Evidences under the Indian Law

Introduction: The basic principle of law in India is “everyone is innocent in the eyes of the law unless proven guilty.” To prove a pers

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Stages of Criminal Trial in India

Stages of Criminal Trial in India

The procedure of a criminal trial in India is complicated but a person can understand the steps and the stage-wise process of criminal trial

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‘Revenge Porn’ In India

‘Revenge Porn’ In India

Overview: Technology has affected every sphere of our lives, and personal relationships aren’t untouched from it. With the increasing numb

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Medical Evidence Admissibility

Medical Evidence Admissibility

Overview: Medical evidence is used by investigating agencies to prove the guilt of the accused. Also, the medical Evidence is used by the ac

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PIL Cases of India which changed the Legal System

PIL Cases of India which changed the Legal System

Introduction Public Interest Litigation, as the name suggests, means litigation for the protection of the public interest. This kind of laws

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Trespass

Trespass

Trespass is said to be the act of crossing the limits prescribed by law. It refers to an unreasonable interference with one’s property or

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Compromise & Quashing of FIR / Complaint

Compromise & Quashing of FIR / Complaint

Compromise quashing is filed in case of Non-Bailable Offence and non-compoundable Offences (S. 320 Cr.P.C.) or Offences under the Special Ac

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Anticipatory Bail Format: Before the Sessions Court

Anticipatory Bail Format: Before the Sessions Court

The following things have to be kept in mind before applying for an anticipatory bail: The bail application should be signed by the accused.

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Suspension Of Sentence

Suspension Of Sentence

All you need to know about Suspension of Sentence “Suspension” means to take or withdraw something for the time being. Suspension of the

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Proclaimed Offender

Proclaimed Offender

A Proclaimed offender proceeding is an action of the court through which the court affirm the person as the proclaimed offender and directs

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Legal Provisions Related To Honour Killings In India

Legal Provisions Related To Honour Killings In India

Honour killing refers to the killing of a person by his or her family members because he is said to have brought down the image of the famil

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Criminal Complaints And FIR

Criminal Complaints And FIR

Criminal Complaints Criminal Complaint is a document submitted by the complainant to file a criminal complaint against an accused. In layman

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Domestic Violence Act – A Brief Summary

Domestic Violence Act – A Brief Summary

Domestic violence is a sort of abuse which happens in a personal relationship. It can happen between spouses, boyfriends and girlfriends, ex

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Never Gamble On a Lawsuit!

Never Gamble On a Lawsuit!

Your choice of a lawyer directly reflects in the result of your case. How can a layman know if the lawyer is bad? Yes, there’s a catch

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Section 5 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002

Section 5 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002

Overview Profit-making has become the essence of corporate arena. Money laundering in layman’s term can be defined as concealing money rec

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Highlights of The New Anti Human-Trafficking Bill of India

Highlights of The New Anti Human-Trafficking Bill of India

Overview On July 18, 2018, the Minister of Women and Child Development Ms. Maneka Gandhi introduced the “Trafficking of Persons (Preventio

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Status of consensual relationships in India

Status of consensual relationships in India

Can a consensual relationship be treated as de-facto marriage during long cohabitation? Background It is with the advent of 21st Century tha

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Misuse of Section 498 A IPC: An analysis

Misuse of Section 498 A IPC: An analysis

Overview: It is undeniable that laws like Dowry Prohibition Act, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, Section 498A of IPC etc. ar

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Criminal Lawyers

Criminal Lawyers

CRIMINAL LAW PRACTICE: as approached by the best criminal lawyers! – compiled by the firm’s top criminal lawyers in Chandigarh.

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Mediation In Cases of Cruelty Under 498A of IPC

Mediation In Cases of Cruelty Under 498A of IPC

Overview Mediation is a type of dispute resolution recognised as a full-fledged proceeding under Alternative Dispute Resolution. It is one o

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Extortion – The Relevant Provisions Under IPC

Extortion – The Relevant Provisions Under IPC

Overview The laws related to Extortion have been entailed in Section 383- 389 of IPC. The definition of ‘Extortion’ is given under Secti

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White-Collar Crimes in India: A Legal Perspective

White-Collar Crimes in India: A Legal Perspective

It must be noted that in India several cases of defrauding the banks have been coming in light. To keep a check and tackle the economic offe

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Crime of Human Trafficking in India

Crime of Human Trafficking in India

The crime of Human trafficking means the practice of illegal transportation of people from one area or country to another. It is mostly done

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Compoundable Offences

Compoundable Offences

Settlement is a method of reaching agreement in a dispute whereby each party surrenders something that it wants. An agreement so reached in

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Criminal Trial as per the provisions in Code of Criminal Procedure

Criminal Trial as per the provisions in Code of Criminal Procedure

Criminal Trial as per the provisions in Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 lays down a procedure to be follow

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Use Of Performance Drugs And Steroids

Use Of Performance Drugs And Steroids

Drug use by athletes has been issue of controversy for many years. Athletes and performers often use artificial stimulants to give them a ph

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General Defences 1

General Defences Daily life of an ordinary Indian is full of hassle and rush, in fulfilling these duties many a times torts are committed un

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General Defences

The general rule of criminal law is that it is the duty of the prosecution to prove the guilt of the accused beyond reasonable doubt and the

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Unnatural Offences

UNNATURAL OFFENCES IN INDIA IN PURVIEW OF INDIAN PENAL CODE 1860 Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code deals with unnatural carnal nature. Co

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Wrongful Restraint

OFFENCE OF WRONGFUL RESTRAINT UNDER INDIAN LAW Through this article we attempt to discuss the offence of Wrongful Restraint under the purvie

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Wrongful Confinement

WRONGFUL CONFINEMENT AS UNDER INDIAN LAW Wrongful confinement defined under section 340, of the Indian Penal Code is a form of wrongful rest

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Robbery

OFFENCE OF ROBBERY AS UNDER INDIAN PENAL CODE In layman’s terms, ‘to rob’ implies to deprive a person of his or her property. And one

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Rape

Our Best Criminal Advocates in Chandigarh for Rape Cases (Section 375/ 376/ 376A, IPC) have been dedicating their sweat and blood to help Ra

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Negligence

THE REQUIREMENTS OF FILING CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF A PERSON FOR CAUSING DEATH BY NEGLIGENCE UNDER SECTION 304A OF INDIAN PENAL CODE IPC – 18

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Necrophilia

UNNATURAL OFFENCES IN PREVIEW OF NECROPHILIA The term necrophilia, derived from the Greek words nekros (corpse, dead body) and philia (love,

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Murder

The Best Criminal Advocates for Murder Cases in Chandigarh are the ones profoundly versed into the intricacies of laws related to murder lit

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Offence Of Mischief Under Indian Law

‘Mischief’ is defined under section 425 of the Indian Penal Code. In fact, the section corresponds to the offence known in English law a

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Criminal Misappropriation

Section 403 of IPC defines and prescribes punishment for criminal misappropriation. It applies in the cases wherein the possession of proper

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Hurt

COMPLETE EXPLAINATION OF HURT AND GRIEVOUS HURT AS PER INDIAN LAW In some cases it takes the best criminal lawyer to draw out a distinction

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Forgery

FORGERY AS AN OFFENCE UNDER I.P.C. The offence of forgery comes under offences relating to document and property. Forgery is an offence whic

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Dealings into stolen property

IS DEALING INTO STOLEN PROPERTY CONSIDERED A CRIME IN INDIA? In order to discourage theft, acceptance of stolen property and dealing with it

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Dacoity

Dacoity is defined in section 391 of the Indian Penal Code 1860; When five or more persons conjointly commit or attempt to commit a robbery

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Cruelty

Various types of Cruelty have been recognized and criminalized under Indian Penal Code 1860 (IPC): Cruelty Against women within the institut

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Criminal Trespass

Criminal Trespass As Under Indian Penal Code Section 441 to 462 IPC A. Indian penal code deals with the offence of criminal trespass in 22 s

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Criminal Intimidation

Offence of Criminal Intimidation in Indian Law: Under IPC, the offences under which any person threatens another with injury to his person,

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Offence Of Criminal Force In India

Criminal Force as under Indian Penal Code 1860 The term force means exertion of energy producing a change in the other world. Force can caus

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Criminal Breach Of Trust

Sections 405, 406, 407, 408, 409 IPC Explained The best of the criminal lawyers in Chandigarh can inform you that cases of criminal breach o

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Cheating

OFFENCE OF CHEATING UNDER INDIAN PENAL CODE Hawkins defined cheating as: “Deceitful practices in defrauding or endeavoring to defraud anot

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Bigamy

Bigamy is an offence under Sec. 494 of IPC and is applicable to both husband & wife. The law against bigamy forbids any person from marr

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Adultery

Against the personal choices and beliefs, there have been some restrictions which have followed to the modern society of today came with the

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Abduction and Kidnapping

Section 362 of IPC Abduction is a continuing offence whereas kidnapping is not so. Abduction simply means carrying away a person by force or

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Voyeurism

Section 354 C deals with the offence of Voyeurism which means being happy or deriving pleasure simply by seeing a scene.. Voyeurism means de

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Stalking

Following someone stealthily is called stalking. Generally, the women are a victim of Stalking which has been criminalised by the Criminal L

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Sexual Harassment at Workplace

Women are an integral part of society. The constitution of India guarantees several rights to them such as Right to live a dignified life un

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Outraging The Modesty of a Woman

History reveals that women were considered a symbol of respect and also a personification of a goddess. But the various instances at present

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Molestation

Sexually assaulting someone and abusing them is called molestation. Molestation is a gender-specific crime and is considered as an offence a

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Dowry Demand in India

Dowry Demand in India

In India, the demand of dowry is a curse which is practiced for decades by society. It is a social evil in which the family of husband deman

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Domestic Violence – What All Does it Cover?

Domestic Violence – What All Does it Cover?

Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting, such

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Domestic Violence Cases

Baker v. The City of New York Sandra baker was alienated from her husband. In 1995 the protective orders issued against him – not to moles

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The Protection of Women From Domestic Violence Act 2005

Violence against women is the fastest growing crime in India. To deal with it several laws have been enacted including the domestic violence

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ACID ATTACK

Acid attack is the act of throwing corrosive acid on body of others which damages or melts the skin and flesh of affected area. Acid attack

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Unnatural Offences in Purview of Necrophilia

The term necrophilia is derived from the Greek words necros (corpse, dead body) and philia (love, friendship) means: sexual gratification by

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Advocate in Chandigarh High Court – about this expression

Best Advocate in Chandigarh High Court – about this expression The relation of B&B Associates LLP and law is an old one. Since 1982, t

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Attendance in Criminal Cases

Is attendance of an accused mandatory in a criminal case? A very vital aspect in every criminal case is that; All the proceedings are suppos

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Section 498 A of the Indian Penal Code

Section 498 A was inserted in IPC in the year 1983 with an intention of protecting married women from being subjected to cruelty by her in-l

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Unlawful Assembly

India is a land of rights, a land of freedoms; the country with the lengthiest and the bulkiest constitution. Fundamental rights here are co

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Theft

Definition of Theft under s 378 IPC: According to Section 378 IPC theft is defined as: “Whoever, intending to take dishonestly any moveabl

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Suicide

“309. Attempt to commit suicide: Whoever attempts to commit suicide and does any act towards the commission of such offence, shall be puni

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Rioting and Affray

Rioting and Affray- offences against public peace and tranquility This article draws the comparison between the offences contained in chapte

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Public Nuisance

Nuisance is the unjust interference with the ones right to use and enjoy his property this is indirect interference, unlike trespass it is n

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Right to Private Defence

Overview Private defense means protecting or defending yourself or another person who may or may not be stranger by using force which, if, h

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Corruption Cases in India

Corruption Cases in India

India is a large country with a population of 125 crores. It is the second-most populous country after China. After independence in the year

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Crime committed by minor | Juvenile Justice Act

Overview A person who has not attained the statutory age of majority i.e., 18 years of age is treated as a Juvenile in Indian legal system.

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Criminal Breach of Trust – Section 405 IPC

What Is Criminal Breach Of Trust – Section 405 IPC The offence of Criminal Breach of Trust – section 405 IPC is similar to the o

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Common Intention under Section 34 Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860

Section 34 IPC does not in any way specify any separate offence and states the only rule of evidence. It only goes to the extent of defining

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Cheating under IPC 415 – Ingredients

Section 415 of Indian Penal Code defines cheating. Section 420 in the Indian Penal Code deals with punishment for Cheating and dishonestly

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Recent Laws on Dowry & 498-A cases in India

Recent Laws on Dowry & 498-A cases in India

Dowry is a prevalent practice (social evil), wherein a brides family pays her in-laws an exorbitant amount of money before during or after h

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