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plea bargaining (part2) by isha jain @lexcliq

Plea Bargaining under Criminal Procedure Code Section 265-A to 265-L provides plea-bargaining under Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. It is a formulated in that way which ensures that victims receive acceptable justice in reasonable time without risking the prospects of hostile witness, unreasonable delay and non affordable costs in the proceedings. This principle is not […]

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plea bargaining (part1) by isha jain @lexcliq

INTRODUCTION In India the concept of Plea Bargaining was not the part of law until 2006. It was introduced that in 2006 as a part of a set of amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code as Chapter XXI-A, containing Sections 265A to 265L for Plea Bargaining. In India, Plea Bargaining in Cr.P.C has certainly changed […]

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ELEMENTS OF CRIME BY ISHA JAIN @LEXCLIQ

Every country usually has its own set of codified laws describing various crimes and punishments. In India, this can be either the Indian Penal Code or any other special criminal laws. Regardless of which laws we refer to, there are always some elements of crime common to all of them. These elements generally constitute the backbone […]

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Theories and Kinds of Punishment by isha jain @lexcliq

Thus, punishment is defined as suffering, loss, pain, or any other penalty that is inflicted on a person for the crime by the concerned authority. There are different theories of punishment in law. There are different kinds of punishment that a person can face. In order to understand them, first, we need to understand the […]

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section 390 of ipc by isha jain @lexcliq

Robbery: According to Section 390, there is either theft or extortion in every robbery. In other words, the offence of robbery is an aggravated form of either: (1) theft, or (2) extortion. Therefore, we need to understand robbery under both of these conditions individually.   (1) When theft is robbery Theft, in simple words, means […]

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