The Central Provinces Law Reports; Containing Cases Decided by the Judicial Commissioner, C.P Volume 4-6

The Central Provinces Law Reports; Containing Cases Decided by the Judicial Commissioner, C.P Volume 4-6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...of the law. Section 464 of the Criminal Procedure Code lays down provisions on the subject Empress vs. Baldeo and 20 others...... 24' Code of Criminal Prr cedure Sec 437--See Jurisdiction... 2 Code of Criminal Procedure, Sec 392 Infliction of stripes on hands as whipping is illegal. Empress vs. Sada Ganda....... 31-Sec. 195-See Permission...... 78 Concealment of birth--See Indian Penal Code-Sec 3l8...2l, 29 Confessions of Accused persons-See Evidence Act Sec 30 9--11 Counterfeit coin--See Indian Penal Cone Sections 240 and 241 5--7 Criminal intimidation---See Indian Penal. Code, Sec 503... 50 misappropriation of property-Sec Indian Penal Code Sect-ion 403...... 47 Culpable homicide not amounting to' murder See Indian----------------Penal Code Section 300 38, 41 and 48 under Section 304.4 of the Indian tonal Code---See Indian Penal Code 69 Defamation--Sec Indian Penal Code, Sec. 499......53, 55 Deputy Comrnissioners Jurisdiction to try a. case in which he has to decide whether the accused was guilty of murder or not---See Indian Penal Code Sec-tion 300 Exception 4......7, 38, 41, 48 District Magistrates jurisdiction under Section 437 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to order a "further enquiry"--See Jurisdiction...... 20 Evidence Act Section 3----Confessions by accused persons Examination of accused persons Section 30 of the Evidence Act only relates to confessions made by accused persons who are being jointly tried for the same offence. It is unfair to accused persons to put them through severe examinations Their exarnimtion should be conducted with the object of enabling them to explain matters appearing in evidence against them and not of endeavouring to prove the charge against them by tneir admissions more

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  • Paperback | 150 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236932633
  • 9781236932631