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Criminal Procedure Code, Juvenile Justice Act and Probation of Offenders Act - November/December 2009

Question Type Question  
Short Prosecutor and Defence Counsel.
Short Autrefois acquit and Autrefois convict.
Short Non-bailable offence.
Short Revision.
Short Summary trial.
Short Rehabilitation ofjuveniles.
Short Parole.
Short Warrant cases.
Long Under what circumstances a search warrant can be issued by the court? Explain the procedure for conducting a search.
Long Examine the provisions of law relating to the protection of juvenile offenders.
Long Define and distinguish cognizable and non-cognizable offences.
Long What is a judgement? Explain the form and contents of a judgement in a criminal trial.
Problem "R", aged 17 years, the illegitimate son of "Kumar" files an application for maintenance against "Kumar". Can he succeed?
Problem "X" is an accused of a theft on one occasion and of causing grievous hurt on another occasion. Can "X" be charged and tried for both offences at a time?
Problem "A" aged 20 years tried for causing grievous hurt to "B" and punished for two years imprisonment. Can "A" get advantage of probation under Probation of Offenders Act? Give reasons.
Problem A seditious statement was made by the accused at a Press Conference at Warangal and the said statement was published and circulated in a local newspaper at Hyderabad. At what place or places the accused could be prosecuted for sedition?
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