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What is the difference between an FIR and Complaint

What is the difference between an FIR and Complaint

  A Complaint and First Information Report (FIR) are the first processes to follow to form a criminal lawsuit. However, both concepts are totally different.   ...
What is a First Information Report and how, where, when can I file an FIR

What is a First Information Report and how, where, when can I file an...

What is a First Information Report and how, where, when can I file an FIR and many more questions relating to FIR will be...
Appeal, Reference, and Revision Under The Criminal Procedure Code

Appeal, Reference, and Revision Under The Criminal Procedure Code

Introduction An appeal, Reference, and Revision are under the inherent rights bestowed on every citizen of the country. This is the right to be heard....
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Bail And Bonds: A Procedural Concept- Criminal Procedure Code

Bail And Bonds: A Procedural Concept- Criminal Procedure Code   SYNOPSIS   Introduction What is the meaning of bail What is anticipatory bail Types of bail...
Appeals in criminal cases in India

Importance of appeals in the courts of India

APPEALS IN THE COURTS OF INDIA     Constitutional Matters: An appeal lies to the SC from any judgment, decree or final order whether in a civil, criminal...
plea bargaining criminal procedure code in india

Plea-Bargaining in India: Applicability, cases & comparative analysis

PLEA-BARGAINING IN INDIA   A plea bargaining is an agreement in a criminal case in which a prosecutor and an accused arrange to settle the case...

Criminal Courts: Classes Of Criminal Courts In India

Classes of Criminal Courts Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Classes of Criminal Courts under CrPc – Section 6 of the Code specifies the classes...

Warrant Trails & Summary Trails (Criminal Procedure Code)

Warrant Trails & Summary Trails     Introduction:. Warrant Cases are the cases that are serious in nature. The trail of warrant cases which are more serious...

Role Of Police And Its Power To Investigate

  ROLE OF POLICE AND ITS POWER TO INVESTIGATE   INTRODUCTION: According to the preamble of  Police Act, 1861 “the police officer is an instrument for the prevention...

Summons and their Execution

Summons- What are Summons? How are they served? Mode of their Service   What are Summons? Introduction – A summon is a legal document that is issued...
Offenses by or Relating to Public Servants - Indian Kanoon

Offenses by or Relating to Public Servants sec 168

  Offenses by or Relating to Public Servants sec 168 Consequences of a Public Servant getting engaged in an unlawful trade – Section – 168 – Whoever,...
Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunals - Indian Kanoon

What is the form of a warrant of arrest and its duration – Section...

What is the form of a warrant of arrest and its duration - Section – 70 What is the form of a warrant of arrest...

Summons- What are Summons? How are they served?

Summons- What are Summons? How are they served? Mode of their Service etc.   What are Summons? Introduction – A summon is a legal document that is...
Composition of an Arbitral Tribunal - Indian Kanoon

Difference between Warrant Trail & Summon Trail

Difference between Warrant Trail & Summon Trail Difference between Warrant Trail & Summon Trail WARRANT TRAIL -  Offenses which are  serious in nature...

Criminology ( Meaning and definition)

Criminology ( Meaning and definition) What is Criminology?  Criminology in its literal sense means, "a systematic study of the criminals". Criminology is that science which talks...

Writ- (defined & Explained)

Writ-  (defined & Explained)  A Writ is a formal written order issued by a government entity and this government entity is mostly the Court in...

Difference Between Compoundable & Non-Compoundable Offenses [Updated]

Difference Between Compoundable & Non-Compoundable Offenses Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973     Difference Between Compoundable Offenses and Non-Compoundable Offenses Compoundable Offenses - Compoundable Offense are...

Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused?

Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused? Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Can a Private Person himself Arrest the accused ? If...

Which Court has the power and authority to try offenses?

Which Court has the power and authority to try offenses Criminal Law - The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Which are the Courts having the power...

Classes of Criminal Courts

Classes of Criminal Courts Criminal Law- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973   Classes of Criminal Courts under CrPc - Section 6 of the Code specifies the classes...
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