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Crime against Women and Responsive Justice System

Crime against Women and Responsive Justice System

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  • Author(s): R. Gopal
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2014
  • ISBN 13 9789384310370
  • Approx. Pages 272 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Contents
Preface
Abbreviations
Table of Cases
1.       INTRODUCTION
1.1     IMPACT OF CRIME AGAINST WOMEN ON SOCIETY
1.2    CHANGES: THE CRIMINAL LAW (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2013
2.      FIRST INFORMATION REPORT
2.1    NO REMEDY TO RECTIFY OR AMEND FIR
2.2    PRELIMINARY PRE-FIR INQUIRY BY THE POLICE
2.3    REGISTRATION OF FIR AND TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION
2.4    COURT RESTRICTIONS ON INVESTIGATING CERTAIN OFFENCES
3.      MAGISTERIAL RESPONSE
3.1    PRIORITY TO COMPLAINT IF POLICE RECOMMEND NO ACTION
3.2     NEW, ACCUSED IN SESSIONS CASES WHEN TAKING COGNIZANCE
4.       REMEDY AGAINST POLICE INACTION.
          HIGH COURT AND ABOVE
5.       PRIVATE COMPLAINT: LAST OPTION
6.       FAIR POLICE INVESTIGATION
7.       CASE DIARIES
8.       LEGAL AID
7.      CASE-DIARY
7.1    SCRUTINY OF CASE DIARIES
7.2    SECRECY OF CASE DIARY MUST BE MAINTAINED
8.      LEGAL AID
8.1    LEGAL AID TO WOMEN-VICTIMS
8.2    EMERGING RIGHTS
8.3    EXTENDED LEGAL AID AT PRE-FIR STAGE
9.      FUNCTIONS OF WOMEN'S LAWYER
9.1    LEGAL REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN DURING INVESTIGATION
9.2     WOMEN'S LAWYER SUPPLEMENTING PROSECUTOR'S FUNCTIONS
9.3     ROLE OF A CASEWORKER
10.     PUBLIC PROSECUTOR
10.1   STATE PROSECUTIONS TO BE BY PUBLIC PROSECUTORS BEFORE
           MAGISTRATE UNLESS PRIVATE PROSECUTION PERMITTED
10.2   CONDUCT OF COMPLAINT IN SESSIONS COURT
10.3   COGNIZANCE ON FINAL REPORT: PROSECUTION BY STATE
10.4   PRIVATE COMPLAINT TO BE FILED BY RELATIVE OR FRIEND
10.5   ROLE OF THE PUBLIC PROSECUTOR IN INQUIRY AND TRIAL
10.6   MEANING OF "MARRIAGE" IN SECTIONS 498A AND 304B, IPC
10.7   PROTECTION OF WOMEN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT, 2005
10.8   WITHDRAWING PROSECUTION
10.9   HOSTILE WITNESS
10.10  COMPENSATION UNDER SECTION 357
10.11  RECORDING EVIDENCE OF VULNERABLE WITNESS
10.12  SPECIAL PROCEDURE UNDER THE POSCO ACT
10.13  REFRESHING MEMORY BEFORE DEPOSING
10.14  EXAMINATION-IN-CHIEF OF VICTIM ON AFFIDAVIT
10.15  EXTENT OF SPECIAL PROCEDURE THAT MAY BE ADOPTED
10.16.  A SMALL STEP CAN BE A GOOD BEGINNING FOR BETTERMENT
Appendix
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Authors Details
R. Gopal
: Advocate, B.Sc (Hons) Maths, Delhi University LL.B. Delhi University, MA in Theory and Practice of International Human Rights Law University of Essex, England
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