Is “De novo” or   “fresh” investigation is a remedy for defective investigation?

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K. MAHESWARI, The Honourable Andhra Pradesh high court has recently while disposing a writ petition filed by way of public interest litigation has spotted the investigating and prosecuting agencies with regard to their failure of discharging duties. The Lordships in the said writ petition i.e., in Prof Rama shankarnarayan Vs. State of AP (Ayesha meera […]

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An approach of Supreme Court in Accident Cases

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“LAW CAN NEVER BE ENFORCED UNLESS FEAR SUPPORTS THEM”’AN APPROACH OF SUPREME COURT IN ACCIDENT CASES K.Maheswari, APP , MYD The Supreme Court has recently animadverted about the rapid growth in accident cases vice versa inadequacy of penal system in our country. This is not the first occasion to hike up the present issue; the […]

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“Arrest” and its scope in contemporary Indian criminal justice system

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The emerging trends in the criminal justice system emphasize the need to speedy trail. Since our Constitution envisaged the spirit of fundamental rights to its citizens the Right of life and personal liberty Article 21 of the Indian constitution read as “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal except according to procedure […]

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