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Second complaint based on discovery of new facts in the same matter is maintainable

Om Prakash Singh v. State of Bihar, Appeal No. 857 of 2018, decided on 11-07-2018 – CLICK HERE FOR JUDGMENT

Acquittal upheld u/s.372

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.:Appeal (crl.) 682 of 1999 PETITIONER:Pratap Singh and Anr. RESPONDENT:State of Madhya Pradesh DATE OF JUDGMENT: 23/11/2005 BENCH:S.B. Sinha and P.P. Naolekar JUDGMENT: JUDGMENT S.B. Sinha, J. This Appeal under Section 379 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1972 (Act 2 of…

Acquitted – Unexplained delay in the lodging of First information Report, Inference

Supreme Court of India PETITIONER:THULIA KALI Vs. RESPONDENT:THE STATE OF TAMIL NADU DATE OF JUDGMENT 25/02/1972 BENCH:KHANNA, HANS RAJ,MITTER, G.K. CITATION:1973 AIR 501 1972 SCR (3) 622 1972 SCC (3) 393 CITATOR INFO :D 1983 SC1081 (18) ACT:Criminal Trial–First Information Report–Unexplained delay in the lodging of…

When successive bail applications are maintainable?

IN THE HIGH COURT OF ORISSA, CUTTACK BLAPL NO. 854 Of 2015 An application under section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Deepak Gupta V State of Orissa (Vig.) …… P R E S E N T:- THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE S.K. SAHOO…

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