The Supreme Court recently in Sharat Babu Digumarti v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi – 2016 SCC OnLine SC 1464, has ruled that in a case if no charge… Read more “Obscenity over the Internet ? Section 292 IPC not attracted, rules the Supreme Court.”
Category: Indian Penal Code
On Principles relating to Corporate Criminal Liability : A note on the recent judgment in Sunil Bharti Mittal v. CBI (2015)
The Hon’ble Supreme Court recently in Sunil Bharti Mittal v. Central Bureau of Investigation (2015) 3 judges bench has clarified the principles of corporate criminal liability. Now… Read more “On Principles relating to Corporate Criminal Liability : A note on the recent judgment in Sunil Bharti Mittal v. CBI (2015)”
Standard of Proof of Rebuttal in Dowry Death Cases
The Supreme Court recently in Sher Singh v. State of Haryana, (2015) 3 SCC 724, while interpreting Section 304B and 113B of the Indian Evidence Act, has… Read more “Standard of Proof of Rebuttal in Dowry Death Cases “
Model Answer on distinction between Kidnapping and Abduction.
The distinction between the offence of ‘Kidnapping’ and ‘Abduction’ is often smudged and misconceived. This is because both these offences largely concern taking someone against their will/without… Read more “Model Answer on distinction between Kidnapping and Abduction.”
Model Answer on ‘Culpable Homicide/Murder, Defence of Grave & Sudden Provocation’
Question : Accused ‘A’ doing M.A in Ancient History in the year 2008 was staying at University Hostel. On 31-12-2008, ‘R’ the Hostel Warden was returning… Read more “Model Answer on ‘Culpable Homicide/Murder, Defence of Grave & Sudden Provocation’”
Supreme Court on the Law of Sedition.
Section 124A of the IPC has been in the news lately, for a spate of prosecutions initiated under the Section. Therefore, this topic becomes extremely relevant for… Read more “Supreme Court on the Law of Sedition.”
Demysfiying the Right to Private Defence
The Law of Private Defence, Simplified !