Excerpt:Cr.P.C. specifically provides for the jurisdiction of Police Stations regarding registration of FIR and investigation of case. The FIR can be registered even if a part of the crime has taken place within the jurisdiction of that Police Station. If the crime is spread over the various Police Stations, then FIR can be registered at … Continue reading Niraj Trivedi vs State Of Bihar And Ors.
Excerpt: Delhi High Court Sanjeev Majoo & Ors. vs State Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi on 22 September, 2010 Author: Shiv Narayan Dhingra * IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Date of Reserve: August 25th, 2010 Date of Order: September 22, 2010 + Crl. M.C. No.3329 of 2009 % 22.09.2010 Sanjeev Majoo … Continue reading crpc 188 for offences committe outside india
Excerpt:In my view, there is no merit in the submissions made by the learned counsel for the petitioner. I have gone through the complaint made by the petitioner to the Delhi Police(CAW Cell) which clearly shows that all the acts of cruelty as well as entrustment of dowry articles took place in Faridabad(Haryana) where the … Continue reading 498a and 406 discharge on territorial jurisdiction grounds
State Of U.P vs Poosu And Another on 2 April, 1976 Equivalent citations: 1976 AIR 1750, 1976 SCR (3)1005 Author: R S Sarkaria Bench: Ray, A.N. (Cj), Beg, M. Hameedullah, Sarkaria, Ranjit Singh, Shingal, P.N., Singh, Jaswant PETITIONER: STATE OF U.P. Vs. RESPONDENT: POOSU AND ANOTHER DATE OF JUDGMENT02/04/1976 BENCH: SARKARIA, RANJIT SINGH BENCH: … Continue reading
Excerpt:The court must ensure that criminal prosecution is not used as an instrument of harassment or for seeking private vendetta or with an ulterior motive to pressure the accused. The issuance of non-bailable warrants involves interference with personal liberty. Arrest and imprisonment means deprivation of the most precious right of an individual. Therefore, the courts … Continue reading guidelines for issuing non bailable warrants