Framing of Charge In Criminal Cases

Framing of Charge In Criminal Cases   The purpose of framing a charge is to give intimation to the accused of clear, unambiguous and precise notice of the nature of accusation that the accused is called upon to meet in the course of a trial. (See V.C. Shukla v. State Through C.B.I.,1980 Supplementary SCC 92 … Continue reading Framing of Charge In Criminal Cases

313 crpc rules

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

Niranjan singh aram singh vs Jitendra Bhiraj Bijje

Excerpt:The Court held that at the stage of framing the charge inquiry must necessarily be limited to deciding if the facts emerging from such materials constitute the offence with which the accused could be charged. The Court may peruse the records for that limited purpose, but it is not required to marshal it with a … Continue reading Niranjan singh aram singh vs Jitendra Bhiraj Bijje