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Law of Crimes - April/May 2009 3YDC

Question Type Question  
Short Distinguish between crime and tort.
Short Write a note on "death sentence".
Short Who is an abettor?
Short Discuss "infancy" as an exception to penal liability.
Short What is meant by unlawful assembly?
Short Define Public nuisance.
Short What are the ingredients of the offence of grievous hurt?
Short Is "Matrimonial Cruelty" an offence?
Long Discuss "mens rea" as an essential element of crime.
Long Examine the scope of Right to Private Defence as an exception to criminal liability.
Long Distinguish between culpable homicide and murder.
Long Define theft. Distinguish theft from extortion, robbery and dacoity.
Problem "A" instigates "B" to murder "C". "B" in pursuance of the instigation stabs "C". "C" recovers from the wound. Is "A" guilty of committing any offence?
Problem A doctor performed an operation negligently causing death of patient. Is doctor liable to be punished under the Indian Penal Code?
Problem A police officer tortures an accused person in order to induce him to confess that he committed a crime. Is police officer guilty of committing an offence?
Problem "A" makes an attempt to pick the pocket of "B" by thrusting his hand into "B"s pocket. "A" fails in the attempt in consequence of "B"s having nothing in his pocket. Is "A" guilty?
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