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Text Book of Criminal Procedure Code, Law of Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders

Text Book of Criminal Procedure Code, Law of Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders

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  • Author(s): Dr. N. Maheshwara Swamy
  • Publisher: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2014
  • ISBN 13 9789384310400
  • Approx. Pages 406 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Legal procedures provided for the administration of justice occupy a predominant place in the modern civilized legal world. Effective procedural law helps in regulating the rule of law and maintaining peace and security of the people living in any given country. In India, the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (for short, hereinafter referred to as "the Cr.P.C."), is the primary law contemplating procedure to deal with and dispose of criminal cases starting from receiving of complaints of victims of offences and ending with trial and finally disposal of cases including certain post-convictional measures. The scope and application of the Cr.P.C, extends to offences falling not only under the Indian Penal Code, 1860 but also under other special or local laws,in so far as the same do not exclude its application in any given case. The Cr.P.C. though a procedural law, in fact, is also a substantive law. It contains procedural provisions for the prevention, control, regulation and rehabilitation of crimes and criminals, as the case may be. It is a Central Law and can be amended by States and Union Territories.
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Contents
UNIT I:    RATIONALE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE

Chapter 1:    Rational of Criminal Procedure Code
Chapter 2:    Importance of Fair Trial
Chapter 3:    Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Perspectives Under Articles
                       14, 20 and 21 of The Constitution of India
Chapter 4:    Organization of Police, Prosecution and Defence
Chapter 5:    Pre-trial Process
Chapter 6:    Step to Ensure Presence of Accused at the Trial (Process to Compel appearance)
Chapter 7:    Status of Absconding Accused
Chapter 8:    Rights of an Accused and/or Arrested person
Chapter 9:    Rights under Article 22 in respect of Arrest and Detention in certain
                       cases like Preventive Detention
Chapter 10:    Preventive Detention and Protections against it
UNIT II:    SEARCH AND SEIZURE
Chapter 1:    Search of the place entered upon by a person sought to be arrested
Chapter 2:    General Principles searches
Chapter 3:    Other aspects relating to search and seizure
Chapter 4:    Power of Police Officer to search places about anything necessary for investigation
Chapter 5:    Procedure for Search
UNIT III:    TRIAL PROCESS
Chapter 1:    Trial of offences under the Indian Penal Code and other Laws
Chapter 2:    Trial Before Magistrates/Commencement of Proceedings before Magistrates
Chapter 3:    Trial of Warrant cases by Magistrates
Chapter 4:    Trial of Summons Cases by Magistrates
Chapter 5:    Trial before a Court of Session
Chapter 6:    Trial before a High Court
Chapter 7:    Trial before a Court-martial
Chapter 8:    Summary Trials
Chapter 9:    Plea Bargaining
Chapter 10:    Venue of Trial/Jurisdiction of the Criminal Courts in Inquiries and Trials
Chapter 11:    Attendance of persons confined or detained in prisons
Chapter 12:    Process of Taking Evidence in Inquiries and Trials
Chapter 14:    General provisions as to inquiries and trials
Chapter 15:    Provisions as to Bails and Bonds
Chapter 16:    Preliminary Pleas to Bar Trial
Chapter 17:    Constitution and Jurisdiction of Criminal Courts and Offices
Chapter 18:    Limitation For Taking Cognizance of Certain Offences
Chapter 19:    Commencement of Trials in respect of Private Complaints
Chapter 20:    Charge
UNIT IV:    THE JUDGMENT AND POST CONVICTION ORDERS IN LIEU OF PUNISHMENT
Chapter 1:    Judgment
Chapter 2:    Summary Trial
Chapter 3:    Post-conviction Orders in Lieu of Punishment
Chapter 4:    Mode of providing Copy of Judgment
Chapter 5:    Appeals
Chapter 6:    Reference
Chapter 7:    Review
UNIT V:    PROBATION, ADMONITION, PAROLE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE/PRISON REFORMS
Chapter 1:    Probation and Admonition
Chapter 2:    Salient Features of the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958
Chapter 3:    Parole
Chapter 4:    Furlough
Chapter 5:    Suspension, Remission and Commutation of Sentence
Chapter 6:    Juvenile Justice System
SUBJECT INDEX
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