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Commentaries on Police Diaries (2 Volume Set) (Statements, Reports, Investigations)

Commentaries on Police Diaries (2 Volume Set) (Statements, Reports, Investigations)

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  • Author(s): V. Mitter
  • Publisher: Law Publishers (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition: 11 Ed Rp 2022
  • ISBN 10 8171111157
  • Approx. Pages 1718 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
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Prosecution, Bail, Remand, DNA, Identification, Search and Seizure, Pitfalls in Investigation
and Difficulties of Prosecution, Interrogation, Emergency, Surveillance, Security, Police Organization,
Discipline, Disciplinary Action against Wrongful Dismissal of Police Officers and their Remedies under
Administrative Tribunals Act, 1985 etc.
Alongwith
NATIONAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY ACT, 2008 (AMENDED UPTO DATE) 

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Description
Shri. V. Mitter's commentary on "Police Diaries, Statements, Reports, Investigation and Prosecutions" first published in 1952 needs no introduction to our learned readers as it has made an immediate impact on the legal profession, the Police and the Bench. It proved to be an incomparable manual on this sub ect as it reversed the entire gamut of the law relating to the sub'ect in a lucid and succinct manner. It is well known that the police investigation is the foundation stone on which the whole criminal trial rests, and an error in this regard may result in miscarriage of justice. The preliminaries of the investigation the distinguishing elements of the cognizable and non-cognizable cases, the F.I.R. and information generally, occurrence reports and the like topics have been dealt with in a critical and analytical manner. A close study of various chapters of practical experience and wisdom as adumbrated in the book based on authorities and up-to-date decided cases of the Supreme Court and various High Courts will be for the best advantage to the members of the legal profession as well as the Police Personnel. T-he Police Personnel play a pivotal role in the dispensation of Justice and maintenance of law and order.The Police Personnel who deal with investigation in prosecutions of crime owe a solemn duty to the society, as such they must be well conversant with the new scientific techniques of investigation and should be equipped with latest legal weapons which this Eleventh edition of the book encompasses within its extensive bounds. The book, thus, presented not only expo.ses the wisdom of the legal luminaries who have been revising the book, edition after edition but is also a embodiment of the sounded advice of scores of its admirers who have been constantly giving suggestions for its improvement.
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Table of Contents
Volume 1
Chapter 1 : Crime and its Investigation
Chapter 2 : Science-Oriented and Detection of Cime A Guide to Investigation Officer
Chapter 3 : Powe of the Police to INVESTIGATE
Chapter 4 : First Information Report
Chapter 5 : Information. Commencement of Investigation and Ingredients of thorough
                         Investigation in Non-Cognizable
Chapter 6 : Cognizable Cases Investigation its Practical and Legal Aspects Juisdiction of Court
Chapter 7 : Procedure when Cognizable Offence Suspected
Chapter 8 : Investigation
Chapter 9 : Examination of Withnesses Practical Approch within Legal Frame Work
Chapter 10 : Introgagation of withnesses Continental View
Chapter 11 : The Practical hints and Guide for Police Officers of Investigation
Chapter 12 : Use of Statement before Police, Detention under Various Crimes and their Legal Aspects
Chapter 13 : Case Dairies and Imortance in Criminal Cases
Chapter 14 : Power of Search and Seizre by Police, Margistrates and other Agencies undr Various Crimes
Chapter 15 : Arrest and Essentials of Arrest
Chapter 16 : Bail by Police and Court, Anticipatory  bail, Cancellation of Bail in writ Habeas Corpus
Chapter 17 : Remand and Law of Detention
Chapter 18 : State and Prosecutor's Responsibility towrds under-Trials and Convicts
Chapter 19 : Confession
Chapter 20 : Information by a Accused Leading to Discovery
Volume 2 
Chapter XXI to Chapter LXX
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Author Details
V. Mitter
Revised under the Guidance of
HON'BLE JUSTICE SHRI A.B. SRIVASTAVA
(Now Late) Judge, High Court, Allahabad (Retd.), Chairman,
The Monitoring Committee of Supreme Court of India at Allahabad, Formerly Judicial Member
U.P. Public Service Commission, National Chairman Rule of Law Society of India
With Foreword by
Shri. G.M. Srivastava I.P.S, Director General of Police, Assam

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