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

Question Type Question  
Long What are the objects and functions of the Law of Criminal Procedure?
Long Critically examine the rationale of the classification of offences into "Cognizable" and "Non-Cognizable".
Long What are the circumstances in which a search of a place can be made without a warrant?
Long Find out the distinction between a complaint, FIR and the Police Report.
Long Discuss the principal features of a fair trial.
Long What is a judgement? Explain the contents of a judgement in a criminal trial.
Long What are the circumstances in which an appellate court can order a retrial?
Long Distinguish between probation and parole.
Long Write the salient features of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000
Long What is the procedure to be followed by the police while making the search of a place without a warrant?
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