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Criminal Manual (Pocket Edn)

Criminal Manual (Pocket Edn)

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  • Publisher: Commercial Law Publishers (India) Pvt Ltd
  • Edition: Ed 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789392141133
  • Approx. Pages 520 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 18 x 12 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
There is no country in the Globe where there is no crime. Crime has always been a manifestation of widening economic and social disparities. Greater involvement of the politicians in the various species of crime has been a new dimension in the realm of criminal law in democracies like India. A new breed is the white collar crime. Involvement of corporate and other business entities in certain kinds of criminal activities is also a new development world over. Therefore law to deal with crime and criminals is on the top of agenda of every country developed, developing or under developed. In India there are large number of legislations which deal with different kinds of crimes and criminal activities. Even violation of certain provisions of economic fiscal, corporate, environmental and other legislations are dealt with severe penal consequences and prosecution of the offenders in criminal courts. However, the tripod on which the edifice of the criminal jurisprudence rests in India comprise of the Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and the Indian Evidence Act. The basic fabric of these legislations still is the law enacted by the Britishers prior to Independence. Only the Code of Criminal Procedure was subjected to a complete overhaul and in place of the Code enacted by the Britishers a new Code was introduced in the year 1973. The IPC and the Evidence Act continue to be the same as enacted by the Britishers and amendments have of course been made from time to time to deal with emerging situations. The recent incident of the gang rape of a woman in the Capital and the brutal manner in which she was assaulted as a result of which she died, had resulted in nationwide furor, agitations, strikes and similar actions by the public led to the amendment of the IPC, Cr.PC, Evidence Act and enactment of a law for the 
protection of children from sexual offences.
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Contents
Part I : The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
Chapter I : Preliminary
Chapter II : Constitution of Criminal Courts and Offices
Chapter III : Power of Courts
Chapter IV A : Power of Superior Officers of the Police
Chapter IV B : Aid to the Magistrates and the Police
Chapter V : Arrest of Persons
Chapter VI : Process to Compel Appearance
Chapter VII : Processes to Compel Production of Things
Chapter VIII A : Reciprocal Arrangements for Assistance in Certain Matters and Procedure
                             for Attachment and Forfeiture of Property 
Chapter VIII : Security for Keeping the Peace and for good Behavior
Chapter IX : Order for Maintenance of wives, Children and Parents
Chapter X : Maintenance of Public Order and Tranquillity
Chapter XI : Preventive Action of the Police
Chapter XII : Information to the Police and their Powers to Investigate
Chapter XIII : Jurisdiction of the Criminal Courts in Inquiries and Trials
Chapter XIV : Conditions Requisite for Initiation of Proceedings
Chapter XV : Complaints to Magistrates
Chapter XVI : Commencement of Proceedings before Magistrates
Chapter XVII : The Charge
Chapter XVIII : Trial before a Court of Session
Chapter XIX : Trial of Warrant-Cases by Magistrates
Chapter XX : Trial of Summons-Cases by Magistrates
Chapter XXI : Summary Trials
Chapter XXIA : Plea Bargaining
Chapter XXII : Attendance of Persons Confined or Detained in Prisons
Chapter XXIII : Evidence in Inquiries and Trials
Chapter XXIV : General Provisions to Inquiries and Trials
Chapter XXV : Provisions as to Accused Persons of Unsound Mind
Chapter XXVI : Provision as to Offences Affecting the Administration of Justice
Chapter XXVII : The Judgment
Chapter XXVIII : Submission of Death Sentences for Confirmation 
Chapter XXIX : Appeals
Chapter XXX : Reference and Revision
Chapter XXXI : Transfer of Criminal Cases
Chapter XXII: Execution, Suspension, Remission and Commutation of Sentences
Chapter XXXIII : Provision as to Bail and Bound
Chapter XXXIV : Disposal of Property
Chapter XXXV : Irregular Proceedings
Chapter XXXVI : Limitation for Taking Cognizance of Certain Offences
Chapter XXXVII : Miscellaneous
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