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SC: Accused who was below 18 years of age on the date of commission of offence can be treated as juvenile even after commencement of juvenile justice Act 2015

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Criminal Appeal No. 860 of 2019 Decided On: 07.10.2020 Satya Deo Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh Hon’ble Judges/Coram: S. Abdul Nazeer and Sanjiv Khanna, JJ. Citation: MANU/SC/0740/2020 1. By the order dated 17.08.2018, the Special Leave Petition, challenging the judgment…

When it is not necessary for court to hear accused on the point of sentence?

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.:Review Petition (crl.) 1105 of 2000 PETITIONER:RAM DEO CHAUHAN @ RAJ NATH Vs. RESPONDENT:STATE OF ASSAM DATE OF JUDGMENT: 10/05/2001 BENCH:R.P. Sethi JUDGMENT:SETHI,J. Equating him with a beast, this Court [2000 (7) SCC 455] confirmed the death sentence awarded to…

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