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Criminal Trial (Two Volumes)

Criminal Trial (Two Volumes)

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The prime object of a criminal trial is to ensure "Fair Trial". A fair trial has naturally two objects in view; it must be fair to the accused and must also be fair to prosecution. The lest of fairness in a Criminal Trial must be judged from this dual point of view. While placing this book before the readers, this basic test of fairness has been kept in view. The present edition of the classic publication is enriched by adding about two thousand latest decisions of the High Courts and Supreme Court. Including land mark decisions of the apex court on subjects like Criminology, Penology, Victimology, rights of and accused in Criminal Trial expeditiously This revised edition contains six hundred more pages than its previous edition; hence the present edition is much more exhaustive and informative. In bringing out this work, I have this object to place before Bar, Bench, and enforcement agency and students of law a complete and a real encyclopaedic work on theoretical and procedural aspect of law relating to criminal trial. The book has been divided into twenty five chapters dealing with introductory and preliminary concepts: Introductory and preliminary - * Basic Right and Privilege of an accused in a Criminal Trial - * Law relating to terms "Trial" and Cognizance' * Importance of 'Arrest', - Investigation 'and' Search and Seizure' Provision is a 'Criminal Trial'- 'Constitution and powers of Criminal Courts - 'Trial of juvenile offenders - * Practice and Powers of summons and summary trial - 'Trial of Police Challani Warrant Cases by Magistrate - * Practice and procedure of trial of Complaint Cases - * Sessions Trial - Practice and Procedure - * Hearing on the question of Sentence and imposition of Death Sentence - * Role of F.I.R. Motive and Res-Gestae in criminal Trial- * Direct and Circumstantial Evidence - * Dying Declaration - * Examination of An Accused under Section 313, Code of Criminal Procedure - * Admission and Confessions - * Principles of Appreciation of Prosecution and Defence Evidence and Conduct of Accused- if Appreciation of Evidence of Various Types of Witnesses - * Final Report and Protest Petition - * Law of Limitation in Criminal Trials - * Principles of Disposal of Property - * Interlocutory Orders * Provisions of Bail and Bail Bonds - Law of Sanction
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Contents
1.   Introductory and Preliminary
2.   Basic Rights and Privileges of an Accused in a Criminal Trial
3.   Law Relating to Terms "Trial" and Cognizance"
4.   Importance of Arrest, Investigation and "Search and Seizure" provisions in "Criminal Trial"
5.   Constitution and Powers of Criminal Courts
6.   Trial of Juvenile Offenders
7.   Practice and Procedure of Summons and Summary Trial
8.   Trial of Police Challan Warrant Cases by Magistrates
9.   Practice and Procedure of Trial of Complaint Cases
10.  Sessions Trial - Practice and Procedure
11.  Hearing on the Question of Sentence and Imposition of Sentence including Death Sentence
12.  Role of F.I.R. Motive and Res Gestae in Criminal Trial
13.  Direct and Circumstantial Evidence
14.  Dying Declaration
15.  Identification of Accused and Property
16.  Examination of Accused under Section 313 Code of Criminal Procedure
17.  Admissions Confessions and Recovery under Section 27 Evidence Act
18.  Principles of Appreciation of Prosecution and Defence Evidence and Conduct of Accused
19.  Appreciation of Evidence of Various Types of Witnesses
20.  Final Report and Protest Petition
21.  Law of Limitation in Criminal Trials
22.  Principles of Disposal of Property
23.  Interlocutory Orders
24.  Law of Sanction
25.  Provisions of Bail and Bail Bonds
26.  Quashing of Proceedings
27.  The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence, Act, 2005
28.  Plea of Bargaining and its Impact on Criminal Justice Delivery System
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