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Law Relating to Charges

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This short commentary on "Law relating to Charges" may be of immense help to the Bar and the Bench as well. The Second Edition of this short commentary on the Law relating to Charges is being released after more than a decade. While revising the Book sufficient care had been taken to see that the decisions dealing with different facets of the Topic are arranged and adjusted at the appropriate places. The principles relating to discharge had been well summarised in Vikram Johar v. State of U.P., AIR 2019 SC 2109 = 2019 (14) SCC 207. The
satisfaction of the Court in relation to the existence of constituents of an offence and the facts leading such offence, these are sine qua non for exercise of such jurisdiction in framing a charge held in State through CBI v. Dr. Anup Kumar Srivastava, AIR 2017 SC 3698= 2017 (15) SCC 560. In D. Devaraja v. Owais Sabeer Hussain, AIR 2020 SC 3292 = 2020 (7) SCC 695, the Apex Court dealt with the consideration of llegal
requirement of sanction under Section 482 Cr.P.C. instead of driving accused to apply for discharge under Section 245 Cr.P.C. We thank the publishers for publishing this Book in a very nice fashion. We do invite further suggestions from all quarters for the further improvement of this Book while releasing further future Editions.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 : Preliminary
Chapter 2 : Contents of Charge
Chapter 3 : Particulars As ti Time, Place and Person
Chapter 4 : When Manner of Committing Offence Must be Stated
Chapter 5 : Words in Charges Taken in Sense of Law Under Which Offences is Punishable
Chapter 6 : Effect of Errors
Chapter 7 : Court May Alter Charge
Chapter 8 : Recall of Withnessess when Charge Altered
Chapter 9 : Separate Charges for Distinct Offences
Chapter 10 : Three Offences of Same kind within year may be charged together
Chapter 11 : Trial for More than One Offences
Chapter 12 : Where it is Doubtful what offence has been Committed
Chapter 13 : When Offences Proved Included in Offences Charged
Chapter 14 : What Persons May be Charged Jointly
Chapter 15 : Withdrawal of Remaining Charges on Conviction on One of Severeal Charges
Chapter 16 : Discharges
Chapter 17 : Framing of Charges
Chapter 18 : When Accused shall be Discharged
Chapter 19 : Procedure where Accused is not Discharged
Chapter 20 : Person Once Convicted or Acquitted not be Tried for Same Offence
Chapter 21 : Revision
Chapter 22 : Inherent Powers
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Author Details
Justice. P.S. Narayana,
Former judge, High Court of A.P.
Jagadish Chandra Prasad, Advocate, High Court of A.P. and Telangana

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