Which are the steps involved for criminal enforcement?

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These are the steps involved for criminal enforcement – Drafting of the complaint . Coordination with the police in conducting raid . Pre-raid check . Actual attendance during the raid as complainant and witness . Filing of FIR by police (First Information Report) . After raid follow up with the Investigating Office/police and Public Prosecutor. Once… Read more »

What should I do if I am arrested by the police?

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If you are arrested and during investigation, the SHO thinks that there is not sufficient evidence against you or that there is no need to forward you to the magistrate, the SHO, by exercising his power under section 169 CrPC, may release you on your executing a bond ( with or without sureties) that you will… Read more »

What are the types of arrest warrant?

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Arrest warrant is of two types : Bailable and Non-bailable. Bailable warrant is a sort of notice issued by the magistrate, generally to the police to arrest the person concerned named in the notice with the condition that if the said person execute a bond with sufficient sureties (of the amounts mentioned in the warrant)… Read more »

What are the differences between bailable and non-bailable warrants?

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Bailable warrant is a sort of notice issued by the magistrate, generally to the police to arrest the person concerned named in the notice with the condition that if the said person execute a bond with sufficient sureties (of the amounts mentioned in the warrant) that he will appear before the court on the date… Read more »

In which conditions can police arrest without a warrant?

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There might be circumstances where prompt and immediate arrest is needed and there is no time to approach a magistrate and obtain a warrant from him. For instance, in a case where a serious crime has been perpetrated by a dangerous person and there is every chance of the person absconding unless immediately arrested, it… Read more »

In which conditions can police arrest with a warrant?

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An arrest warrant may be issued by a magistrate after taking cognizance of any offence, whether cognizable or non-cognizable.(section 87, 204). If the case in which the cognizance has been taken is a summons case (i.e. offence punishable with upto 2 years imprisonment), a summons shall be issued to the accused person in the first… Read more »

Does ‘any financial year’ mentioned in section 135(1) mean at any time in the history of the company?

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The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has vide General Circular No. 21/2014 dated June 18, 2014 clarified that ‘any financial year’ referred under sub-section (1) of section 135 of the Act read with Rule 3(2) of (CSR Policy) Rules, 2014 implies ‘any of the three preceding financial years’. As per the clarification, in case of a… Read more »

What is robbery in criminal laws?

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Robbery involves use of violence against a victim in the course of comitting a theft. Burglary involves house-breaking and theft. If a thief steals some articles from a house after breaking the lock or by opening the lock by using a false key or by scaling over the wall, etc., he is guilty of burglary…. Read more »

What is Section 167 IPC in criminal laws?

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Whoever, being a public servant, and being, as suchpublic servant, charged with the preparation or translation of any document, frames or translates that document in a manner which he knows or believes to be incorrect, in- tending thereby to cause or knowing it to be likely that he may thereby cause injury to any person,… Read more »