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4500 Questions - For Cross Examination in Criminal Trail with Suggestion

4500 Questions - For Cross Examination in Criminal Trail with Suggestion

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Description
The examination of a witness by the opposite side, generally after examination in chief, but sometime without such examination; as in the case of an examination on the voir dire, which is in the nature of a cross-examination and also if one party calls a witness, and he is sworn, the other party may cross-examine him, although the party who has called him, put no question at all to him. Sometimes questions in cross-examination are allowed by the Judge after re-examination. See re-examination. And if a witness be called to prove some preliminary and collateral matter only, as the handwriting of a document tendered in evidence, he is a witness in the cause, and may be cross-examined as to any of the issues in the cause.
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Contents
•    Cross Examination of witnesses in different natures of Criminal Cases before Trial Court
•    Cross Examination of witnesses in case of offence committed punishable under Sections
      379 and 411, IPC 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offence punishable under Sections
      452, 323, 325, 504 and 506, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following prosecution witnesses in case of committed offences
      punishable under Sections 307, 324, 323, 504 and 506, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 3/4, D.P. Act and 498-A, Indian Penal Code
•    Cross examination of following witness in case of offence committed punishable under
      Sections 304-B and 498-A, IPC 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offence committed punishable
      under Sections 302,307, 504, 506 and 34, IPC 
•     Cross Examination of following witnesses of case in respect of offences punishable
       under Sections 363 and 366, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in the case of offence punishable under
      Section 420, IPC
•    Cross-Examination of witness in cases of dying declaration
•    Cross-examination of complainant payee in case of dishonour of cheque
•    Cross-examination of complainant in case of dishonour of cheque
•    Cross-examination of Complainant (Payee)
•    Cross-examination of interested witness
Complaint Case
•    The Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences committed
      punishable under Sections 323, 325/427 and 504/506, IPC
•    Cross Examination of the following witnesses in the case of offences committed
      punishable under Sections 307, 324, 504, 506 and 427, IPC
•    Cross Examination of witnesses of Criminal case in respect of offence committed
      punishable under Section 436, IPC
•    The Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offence committed
      punishable under Section 376, IPC
•    Questions put by advocates in cross-examination
•    Cross-examination of a witness who is raped (False witness) under Sections
      363,366 and 376, IPC 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offence committed
      punishable under Section 494, Indian Penal Code 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 379,380 and 382, IPC 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offence committed punishable
      under Section 384, Indian Penal Code
•    Cross Examination of Investigating Officer in respect of offence committed punishable
      under Section 26/27, NDPS Act, 1985
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 279 and 304-A, IPC 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offences committed under
      Sections 323, 504, 506, 427 and 394, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offence committed punishable under
      Section 13, Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 and Section 161, Indian Penal Code
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences punishable under Sections
      420, 467 and 468, Indian Penal Code
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 364 and 420, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 392, 393, 394 and 411/412, Indian Penal Code
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 39 and 40, Electricity Act, 2003 
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offence committed punishable
      under Section 376-A, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offence committed punishable
      under Section 376-D, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in respect of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 332 and 333, IPC
•    Cross Examination of following witnesses in case of offences committed punishable
      under Sections 323/504/506, Indian Penal Code and under Section 3(x) of Scheduled
       Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989
•    Questions of law arises in motor accident cases
•    Questions of law arises in workmen's compensation cases
•    Questions arise for determination in banking cases 
•    Conviction Pending Decree
•    Change of user
•    Dishonour of cheque for insufficiency of funds
•    Breach of Contract
•    Set aside of Second Appeal
•    Validity of Arbitration Award
•    Stamp—Adjudication of
•    Revisional Jurisdiction
•    Right of Third Party Whether Void
•    Will—Removal of Suspicious Circumstances
•    Dishonour of cheque
•    Stay of Conviction
•    Ex Parte Arbitration Award
•    Annulment of Decree
•    Partial Award—Maintainability of
•    Perversity in finding of fact
•    Right to representative of partner
•    Mental Cruelty
•    Fatal Accident by Tractor
•    Joint Family Property—Continuance of
•    Recalling order issuing summons
•    Testamentary Capacity of Executor
•    Dominant heritage and servient owner
•    Conditional sale by way of mortgage
•    Claim petition—Award of compensation
•    Complaint against company
•    Claim of compensation by contractor
•    Eviction of tenants
•    Award in
•    Bona fide purchaser
•    Contributory Negligence
•    Rental compensation with payment of compensation
•    Promissory note—Holder
•    Question of applicability of provisions
•    Service of Notice
•    Land Award
•    Bar of res judicata
•    Auction in recovery loan
•    Execution -of sale deed
•    Claim by second wife
•    Model Form of Expert Witness
•    Model Form of Cross-Examination
•    Model Form of child witness
•    Model form of deaf and dumb witnesses
•    Model form of eye-witness
•    Cross Examination of 'Investigating Officer'
•    Cross Examination in 'Accident Cases'
•    Assault on public servant
•    'Wrong'—Meaning of
•    'Sufficient reason' shown
•    Model question on fraud
•    Impleadment of Parties
•    Divorce petition
•    Breach of peace
•    Cross Examination in Criminal Intimidation
•    Non deposit of arrears of rent
•    Settlement deed
•    Model Form in Bribery
•    Model form in case of 'cheating'
•    Criminal breach of trust
•    Model form of counterfeiting of currency notes and stamps
•    Criminal misappropriation
•    Model form of extortion
•    Model form of criminal trespass
•    Model form of dacoity
•    Grievous hurt
•    Model form of defamation
•    Model form of attempt to murder
•    Receiving stolen property
•    Model form of unlawful assembly
•    Enticing married woman
•    Model form of kidnapping
•    Model form of abduction
•    Maintenance
•    Model form of unnatural offence
•    Model form of Section 369, IPC
•    Model form in 'theft' case
•    Model form of receiving stolen property
•    Applicability of Limitation Act, 1963
•    Award—Accident compensation
•    Lying witness
•    The flippant witness
•    The dogged witness
•    The hesitating witness
•    The nervous witness
•    The humorous witness
•    The cunning witness
•    The witness partly true and partly false
•    The positive witness
•    The stupid witness
•    The medical witness
•    The police men's case
•    Husband against guilty wife in a divorce case
•    Police—Cross Examination
•    Comparisons of handwritings
•    Identification by teeth
•    Trial of Hoffman
•    Manners of citing cases
•    Examination-in-Chief
•    General rules recording Examination-in-Chief
•    Statutory provisions relating to Examination-in-chief
•    Production of document by person called under Section 139 of Evidence Act, 1872
•    Leading questions
•    The official witness
•    Horse stealing case
•    Child witness—Duty of Court
•    Of deaf and dumb witnesses
•    Eye-witness
•    Judge—His outlook
•    The art of cross examination 
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