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Whether the court should set aside conviction if there is a compromise between convict and victim after conviction in a non-compoundable offence?

Bombay High Court Kiran Tulshiram Ingale vs Anupama P. Gaikwad And Ors. on 25 July, 2006 Equivalent citations: 2006 CriLJ 4591 Bench: D Deshpande, S Bobde JUDGMENT D.G. Deshpande, J. 1. Heard advocates for the petitioner and Respondent No. 1. Petitioner is the husband and…

Accused convicted U/S 394 of IPC can be released on probation of offender Act?

 IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Delivered on: 17.05.2017 CRL.A.539/2016 STATE vs LUCKY CORAM:-HON’BLE MR JUSTICE ASHUTOSH KUMAR 1. The State has called in question the correctness of the order of sentence passed by the Additional Sessions Judge-04 (Central), Tis Hazari Courts,…

RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED PERSONS

1. Protection against arbitrary or unlawful arrest (Article 22 of the Constitution and Section 41, 55 and 151 of Cr.P.C.) 2. Protection against arbitrary or unlawful searches (Sees. 93, 94, 97, 100(4) to (8). and 165 of Cr.P.C.) 3. Protection against “Double Jeopardy” (Article 20(2)…

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