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Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act - May/June 2010 Backlog (New) 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Non-Cognizable offence
Short Prosecutor
Short Inquest report
Short Anticipatory Bail
Short Complaint
Short Summons Cases
Short Probation
Short Review.
Long Discuss the procedure to be followed by a police officer in effecting arrest. Refer to statutory provisions and case law.
Long Explain the provisions of the code of criminal procedure with regard to Appeal and Revision.
Long What is juvenile court? What are its characteristics? Compare juvenile court with an ordinary criminal court.
Long Explain the rights of arrested person under Cv. P. C and Act 22 (2) of the Indian Constitution.
Problem "A" is tried for causing grievous hurt to "B" and convicted. "B" afterwards dies. Can "A" be tried for murder again?
Problem "X" was charged for committing robbery. He was not in a position to engage an advocate for his defence. The magistrate did not inform him of his right to legal assistance. He was Convicted. Is thejudgement of conviction sustainable? Decide.
Problem If a person arrested on the accusation of a bailable offence is refused bail, will the detention of such person be considered illegal? Decide.
Problem A boy aged 17 years was tried for the offence of theft by the court of JMFC and was convicted. He pleads that his conviction was illegal, because he was not tried by juvenile court. Decide.
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