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Cyber Stalking

Cyber stalking is a criminal offence which includes the use of internet. The term stalking means a person who is consistently following the other person and it can also include harassment or threatening behavior of the accused. Nonetheless, there is… Continue Reading →

Defamation and its effects on Reputation and its overwriting effects on Freedom of Speech and Expression

Introduction “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation and only one bad one to lose it”- Benjamin Franklin. When the word reputation is questioned, Jurist Blackstones has added to this proposition and stated that “Every man is… Continue Reading →

Charge Sheet

A charge sheet is a final report to prove the allegation of a crime in a criminal court of law prepared by the investigation or law enforcement agencies. The report is effectively submitted by the police officer to prove that… Continue Reading →

A Study of Brutality Against Women

Prophet Muhammad once said “Only an honorable man treats women with honor and integrity and only a vile and dishonorable man humiliates and degrades women.” Women have come a long way from being treated as trade to now holding a… Continue Reading →

Extra Judicial Confession

Extrajudicial Confession is a confession made out of court, and not as a part of a judicial examination or investigation. Such a confession must be corroborated by some other proof of the corpus delicti, or else it is insufficient to… Continue Reading →

Restorative Justice

INTRODUCTION Restorative justice is a new movement in the fields of victimology and criminology. Acknowledging that crime causes injury to people and communities, it insists that justice repair those injuries and that the parties be permitted to participate in that… Continue Reading →

Substantive Law Vs. Procedural Law

Laws in are essential to maintain peace and order in any society. There are some laws which define the rights and liabilities of the parties and some others which tell how the proceedings should be carried on by the functionaries…. Continue Reading →

Summon Cases Vs. Warrant Cases

In Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) 1973, criminal cases are divided into summon cases and warrant cases. This categorisation of criminal cases has been done intentionally because the procedure of trial in the two cases is different as the seriousness of… Continue Reading →

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