January 2018

September 2017

Registration of FIR–High Court should discourage the practice of filing a writ petition or petition under Section 482 Cr.P.C. simply because a person has a grievance that his FIR has not been registered by the police, or after being registered, proper investigation has not been done by the police.

By | September 15th, 2017|FIR -- Registration of|

Comments Off on Registration of FIR–High Court should discourage the practice of filing a writ petition or petition under Section 482 Cr.P.C. simply because a person has a grievance that his FIR has not been registered by the police, or after being registered, proper investigation has not been done by the police.

Cognizance–Taking of–Power of Magistrate–Explained. Final Report–Protest Petition–Notice to informant–Magistrate has to give notice to the informant and provide an opportunity to be heard at time of consideration of report. Final Report–Notice to informant–The informant is entitled to a notice and an opportunity to be heard at the time of consideration of the report– Position is different so far as an injured person or a relative of the deceased, who is not an informant, is concerned. They are not entitled to any notice.

By | September 8th, 2017|FIR -- Registration of|

Comments Off on Cognizance–Taking of–Power of Magistrate–Explained. Final Report–Protest Petition–Notice to informant–Magistrate has to give notice to the informant and provide an opportunity to be heard at time of consideration of report. Final Report–Notice to informant–The informant is entitled to a notice and an opportunity to be heard at the time of consideration of the report– Position is different so far as an injured person or a relative of the deceased, who is not an informant, is concerned. They are not entitled to any notice.

March 2017

Court passed one order for registration of the case under Section 156(3) P.C. and second order for holding enquiry and then to submit report under Section 202 Cr.P.C.—Both these orders, cannot be passed simultaneously

By | March 2nd, 2017|FIR -- Registration of|

Comments Off on Court passed one order for registration of the case under Section 156(3) P.C. and second order for holding enquiry and then to submit report under Section 202 Cr.P.C.—Both these orders, cannot be passed simultaneously

January 2017

Criminal Complaint—Police cannot refuse to record FIR/investigate the offence on the ground that offence was not committed with its territorial jurisdiction. Investigation—Inquiry u/s 174 CrPC cannot be equated with investigation u/s 154 CrPC.

By | January 29th, 2017|FIR -- Registration of|

Comments Off on Criminal Complaint—Police cannot refuse to record FIR/investigate the offence on the ground that offence was not committed with its territorial jurisdiction. Investigation—Inquiry u/s 174 CrPC cannot be equated with investigation u/s 154 CrPC.

December 2016

October 2016