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To uphold presumption of guilt under Section 29 POCSO Act, foundational facts must be proved, reiterates Delhi HC [Read Judgment]
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To uphold presumption of guilt under Section 29 POCSO Act, foundational facts must be proved, reiterates Delhi HC [Read Judgment]

Delhi High Court reiterates that to uphold the presumption of guilt under Section 29 of the POCSO Act, the prosecution must prove the ‘foundational facts’ beyond reasonable doubt.

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Can you claim maintenance from in-laws under CrPC? Karnataka HC answers [Read Order] Judiciary
Can you claim maintenance from in-laws under CrPC? Karnataka HC answers [Read Order]

A daughter-in-law cannot claim maintenance from her parents-in-law, the Karnataka High Court held.

Questions to accused U/S 313 Cr.P.C to be in form where even ignorant or illiterate persons understand: Meghalaya HC Judiciary
Questions to accused U/S 313 Cr.P.C to be in form where even ignorant or illiterate persons understand: Meghalaya HC

Questions under section 313, CrPC to be in a form where illiterate and ignorant persons also understand.

SC dismisses PIL against new criminal laws Judiciary
SC dismisses PIL against new criminal laws

Supreme Court dismisses PIL against new criminal laws replacing British-era codes, set for July 1, 2024 implementation.

Judicial delay can't be questioned by writ petition: SC [Read Order] Judiciary
Judicial delay can't be questioned by writ petition: SC [Read Order]

SC rules out writ petitions for judicial delays in criminal appeals, highlighting its non-superintendence over High Courts.

India's new criminal laws to be in force from July 1 this year, Centre notifies

The Centre has notified for India's new criminal laws to be in force from July 1 this year.

Delhi HC orders strict action against officers for illegal detention, despite bail [Read Order]

Delhi HC orders strict action for illegal detention in Tihar Jail on an expired warrant, highlighting the need for legal adherence and rights protection.

“Decide Sharjeel Imam’s bail plea within 10 days”, Delhi HC to trial court

Delhi High Court has directed a trial court in Delhi to decide Delhi riots’ inflammatory speeches’ accused Sharjeel Imam’s bail plea within the next 10 days. Read full story.

Passport important document; in absence of crime or suspicion it cannot be seized by Investigating agencies: Kerala High Court [Read Order]

The Kerala HC granted relief to man whose passport was seized while holding that it can’t be seized with the commission of a crime or suspicion.

This judge of Madras HC will not refer to IPC by its new name

A Madras HC judge said that he would continue to refer to IPC, CrPC and the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, by their original names as he doesn’t know Hindi.

Legal Seminar on Men’s Rights || New Criminal Laws || Watch LIVE

Join Save Family Foundation & Men Welfare Trust's Legal Seminar on Men's Rights, free on LawStreet Journal's YouTube. Focus on false cases against men.

No bail for Parliament security breach accused Neelam Azad

A Delhi court has denied bail to Neelam Azad, one of the accused in the Parliament security breach case.

No protective cover to every act or omission of a public servant: SC [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court limits Section 197 CrPC protection for public servants, emphasizing official duty relevance in prosecution cases.

Bilkis Bano case: SC to hear on Jan 19 plea by convicts to extend time to surrender

Supreme Court to hear plea by Bilkis Bano case convicts seeking more time to surrender after remission quash.

Supposed to safeguard nation, honour dignity of citizens: Kerala HC denies bail to soldier in POCSO case [Read Order]

Kerala High Court refuses to grant bail to Army officer, who faced allegations under the POCSO Act. Read full story here.

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