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Criminal Procedure Code Law of Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders

Criminal Procedure Code Law of Juvenile Justice and Probation of Offenders

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Allahabad Law Agency
  • Edition: 5 Ed 2019
  • ISBN 10 8189530224
  • ISBN 13 9788189530228
  • Approx. Pages 634 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Law students feel that the subject-matter of the Code of Criminal Procedure is dry and uninteresting as section-wise case laws, comments have to be memorised. To make the subject easy and interesting, the Code of Criminal Procedure is presented here topic-wise but not section-wise. The presentation of analysis of the relevant sections of the Code connected with each topic at one place enables the reader to understand the hard contents of the Code easily. As there are a number of case laws, it is not possible to cite all the cases laws, but contents of many of the past case laws have been incorporated and the recent cases have been cited. An attempt has been made to present the subject in lucid style and in simple language. The recent Amendment made by the Code of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2008 (Act No. 5 of 2009) and the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013) have been incorporated in this text. As the syllabi of the Bar Council of India and of various universities have combined the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, the Probation of Offenders Act, 1958 and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of the Children) Act, 2015 under one subject, the present text contains the subject matter of all the three acts at one place.
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Contents
Unit I -
Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 1    The Rational of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 2    Constitutional Perspective : Arts. 14, 20, 21, and 22
Chapter 3    The Organisation of Police, Prosecutor and Defence Counsel
Chapter 4    The Courts with Criminal Jurisdiction
Chapter 5    Powers of courts
Chapter 6    Aid to the Magistrates and the Police by the Public
Chapter 7    Offences
Chapter 8    Pre-Trial Process-Arrest of Persons
Chapter 9    Steps to ensure Accuser's Presence in Court
Chapter 10    Preventive Measures and Security Proceedings
Chapter 11    Dispersal of Unlawful or Potentially Unlawful Assemblies
Chapter 12    Removal of Public Nuisances
Chapter 13    Disputes as to Immovable Property
Chapter 14    Order for Maintenance of Wives, Children and Parents to Prevent Vagrancy
Unit II - Search, Seizure and Investigation search with or without warrant
Chapter 2    Seizure
Chapter 3    Constitutional Aspects of Validity of Search and Seizure Proceedings
Chapter 4    Duty to Inform the Commission of an Offence and Assist the Police
Chapter 5    The First Information Report (F.I.R.)
Chapter 6    Investigation
Chapter 7    Inquest by Police and Magistrate
Chapter 8    Conditions Requisite for Initiation of Proceedings
                     [Cognizance of Offences and Commencement of Proceedings]
Unit III - Trial Process
Chapter 1    Commencement of Proceedings-Dismissal of Complaint
Chapter 2    Provisions as to Bail and Bonds
Chapter 3    Preliminary Pleas to Bar Trial Jurisdiction and Time Bar
Chapter 4    Pleas of Autrefois Acquit and Autrefois Convice (Section 300 & Article 20 (2)
Chapter 5    Conception of Fair Trial
Chapter 6    Charge
Chapter 7    Trial Before a Court of Session Procedural Steps and Substantive Rights
Chapter 8    Trial of Warrant-Cases by Magistrate
Chapter 9    Trial of Summons Cases by Magistrates
Chapter 10    Summary Trials (Sections 260 to 265)
Chapter 11    Plea Bargaining
Chapter 12    Trials Before High Courts
Chapter 13    Delivery to Commanding Officers of Persons Liable to be Tried by Court Martial
Chapter 14    Attendance of Persons Confined in Persons Before Criminal Courts
Chapter 15    Evidence in Inquiries and Trials
Chapter 16    General Provisions as to Inquiries and Trials
Chapter 17    Provisions as to Accused Persons of Unsound Mind
Chapter 18    Provisions as to Offences Affecting the Administration of Justice
Unit IV - Post-Trial Processes
Chapter 1    Judgment
Chapter 2    Appeals
Chapter 3    Reference and Revision
Chapter 4    Transfer of Criminal Cases and Appeals
Chapter 5    Withdrawal of Cases and Appeals
Chapter 6    Execution of Sentence and Other Connected Matters
Chapter 7    Suspension, Remission and Commutation of Sentences
Chapter 8    Disposal of Property
Chapter 9    Irregular Proceedings
Chapter 10    Classification of Offences Which are Under the Indian Penal Code
Annexure A    Recommendations made by Justice V. S. Malimath Committee, 2002 in
                           relation to the Criminal Procedure Code
Unit V - Probation, Parole and Juvenile Justice System
Chapter 1    Probation and Parole
Chapter 2    Provisions of Probation in the Code of Criminal Procedure
Chapter 3    The Probation of Offenders Act, 1958
Chapter 4    Evolution of Juvenile Justice System
Chapter 5    Juvenile Justice Board
Chapter 6    Procedure in Relation to Children in Conflict with Law
Chapter 7    Child Welfare Committee
Chapter 8    Procedure in Relation to Children in Need of Care and Protection
Chapter 9    Rehabilitation and Social Re-Integration
Chapter 10    Adoption
Chapter 11    Other Offences Against Children
Chapter 12    Miscellaneous
Biblography
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Author Details
Dr. S.R. Myneni
Born on 20-8-1939 at Lagadapadu village in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh to Smt. Annapurnamma and Sri. Butchaiah and hails from a respectable farmer's family.
•    He had his Primary School Education at his native village; High School Education
      (1950-56) at Pedakurapadu; Teacher Training (1956-58) at Tadikonda; B.Ed Training
      (1965) and B.L (1990-93) at Rajahmundry (AP). He has acquired his remaining
      qualifications from Intermediate (1960) to Ph.D. (1983) and LL.M (1993-95) from
      different Indian Universities by private appearance.
•    He worked in Government Schools as Primary School Teacher (1958-66), Headmaster
      and Teacher Educator (1966-69). He officiated as an Extension Officer (Edn.) at Ongole      
      Samithi (1969-74). He taught Economics as Asstt. Lecturer (1974-77), Lecturer
      (1977-87), Reader (1987-97) and Mercantile Law (1998-99) in Government Colleges at
     Nidadavole, Rajahmundry. & Kakinada in A. P.
•    Registered as an Advocate of A.P. Bar Council (1998) and became Member of A.P.
      High Court Advocates Association (2001).
•    His first book 'International Economic Law' was published in 1996 from then onwards
      nearly 80 text-books for B.A.,LL.B., and LL.M., Courses written by him were published by
      Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad and Asia Law House, Hyderabad. Some of them are
      prescribed by some Universities as textbooks/ reference books.
•    During the year 2015-16 under the achievement of writing most law text books, his
      name has been entered in: The Limca Book of Records, The Indian Book of Records,
      The Golden Book of World Records, and The Unique World Records.
•    He visited Moscow (USSR) in 1985 and the USA in 1999.
•    He has been associated with Friendship Associations and Peace Organization.
•    He is the believer of altruism.
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