Excerpt: In this case, there is not even an attempt by the prosecution to explain the delay. It appears that PW-1 had no problems living alone with her parents but when PW-1 heard from her father that accused no.1 has married accused no.5 (which again has not proved), PW-1 decided to teach accused no.1 a … Continue reading The State Of Maharashtra vs Ashok @ Ramchandra Bhikaji & Ors
Excerpt: It is equally settled law that the evidence of a hostile witness would not be totally rejected if spoken in favour of the prosecution or the accused, but it can be subjected to close scrutiny and that portion of the evidence which is consistent with the case of the prosecution or defence may be … Continue reading State Of Rajasthan vs Teg Bahadur
Golden rules for Framing of Charge In Criminal Cases using questions for examination of accused under S 313 of CRPC In this context, we may profitably refer to a four-Judge Bench decision in Tara Singh v. The StateMANU/SC/0030/1951 : AIR 1951 SC 441 wherein, Bose, J. explaining the significance of the faithful and fair compliance of Section 342 of … Continue reading 313 crpc rules
Delhi High Court Kanwar Pal vs Shakuntala And Ors. on 29 January, 2015 Author: P. S. Teji IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Judgment Reserved on: 14th January, 2015 Judgment Pronounced on: 29th January, 2015 CRL.REV.P. 345/2006 KANWAR PAL ..... Petitioner Through: Mr. K.T.S. Tulsi, Sr. Adv. with Ms. Priyanka Aggarwal & … Continue reading Kanwar Pal vs Shakuntala And Ors.
Excerpt The charge under Section 498(A) I.P.C. has not been made out, since there is no convincing evidence to show that there had been a demand of dowry and the appellants have been continuously making such demand and there is no proximate cause for the case to attract the ingredients of Section 498(A) I.P.C. JUDGEMENTS CITED: GIRIDHAR SHANKAR … Continue reading Hari Krishnan vs State Represented By Assistant