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Jammu and Kashmir High Co...

The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has recently said that an accused cannot be kept in custody merely for the reason that the offence alleged to have committed by him is of a serious nature.

Undertrials: Delhi HC iss...

The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice on a public interest litigation for the release of undertrial prisoners who have undergone custody for more than half their maximum sentence for crimes they are being tried for, by implementing Section 436A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).

Delhi High Court grants a...

The mother of the prosecutrix submitted that the petitioner has married the prosecutrix and she has no objection if the petitioner is released on anticipatory bail

NDPS Act confessions lose...

In a landmark judgment, the Court held that confession to officers under the Act is not admissible as evidence during trial and infringes on the Constitution. This will have ramifications for the Rhea Chakraborty case as well as others.

Victim now says she never...

This comes as a big relief for Chinmayanand who was arrested last year in September after the law student accused him of sexually exploiting her. Swami was arrested from his ashram by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) and UP police.

Legal Pyrotechnics

In dealing with some critical aspects of this incredibly complex case, it would be necessary to separate the legal wheat from the garrulous chaff.

No benefit in keeping sei...

The Orissa High Court has pointed out that there is no benefit of keeping the seized vehicles in the police station in a state of damage without proper care.

Calcutta HC grants advanc...

The Calcutta High Court has said it is the fundamental right of a reporter to publish news of “any illegal” activity “in an honest way” and “proper reporting” can help the administration act against offenders, while allowing plea for anticipatory bail.

Delhi Riots issue: Delhi ...

Court reacts to Brinda Karat’s complaint that even the names of those arrested are not being revealed by Delhi Police

Right For Default Bail Is...

The Supreme Court on Friday has said its Suo Motu order extending the Limitation period due to coronavirus-induced lockdown cannot be read to mean that it ever intended to extend the period of filing charge sheet by police under section 167(2) CrPC.

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