What should not be do in case of FIR?

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These are should not be do in case of FIR – Complainant should not be puzzled. Harsh language should not be used. Aggression should be avoided. Unnecessary details should be avoided. Over-writing/ scoring should be avoided. Offence should not be minimized. Do not forget to take thumb impression or signature of the informer. FIR should not… Read more »

What should be do for FIR?

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In the case of FIR follow these steps –  FIR should be lodged immediately. It should be recorded in first person. Attitude/Behavious towards the vicitirn should be sympathetic. Technical words should be avoided and as far as possible language of the inforrner/complainant should be used . Written complaint should be taken. But complainant should be… Read more »

What happens to the F.I.R finally?

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There are finally four conditions of the FIR –  If there is sufficient evidence, a CHALLAN is prepared. If there is insufficient evidence, F.I.R is declared as UNNTRACEABLE. If FIR is found to be false or is transferred to other Police Station on point of jurisdiction, it is declared as CANCELLED. After registering the F.I.R the contents… Read more »

Do I have to pay for lodging an F.I.R?

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No, It is free of cost. FIR – A First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by police organizations in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan when they receive about the commission of a cognizable offence. Importance of FIR –  An FIR is a very important document as it sets the process of criminal justice… Read more »

What to do when the police refuse to file F.I.R?

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If Police officer concerned (SHO), refuses to Register complaint/FIR, than by virtue of section 154(3), a written Complaint may be send by Post to the Superintendent of Police or the Commissioner of Police; If Superintendent of Police or the Commissioner of Police is satisfied that the Complaint discloses cognizable offence, he may himself investigate the… Read more »

What is difference between F.I.R and Police Complaint?

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An F.I.R can only be filed for a cognizable crime. In the event someone is trying to file an F.I.R for a crime that falls in the non-cognisable category it is the duty of the police to listen to them, enter the matter in their daily register or dairy, give the person a signed copy… Read more »

What is the evidentiary value of F.I.R?

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Following are the evidentiary value of F.I.R – It can not be ignored altogether and can be used to corroborate the statement of the eyewitnesses. In case of contradicting the evidence of person giving the information. Proving as an admission against the informer. Refreshing informer’s memory. Impeaching the credit of an informer. Proving informer’s conduct. Establishing identity… Read more »

What is description of Culprits in F.I.R?

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In case of culprits in F.I.R., the recording officer should try to fix clearly the identity of accused. FIR – A First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by police organizations in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan when they receive about the commission of a cognizable offence. Importance of FIR –  An FIR is… Read more »

What are the essentials of a F.I.R?

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Essentials of a First Information Report are – 1.The capacity in which the report is being filed? It is to be specified that the informant is filing the report in what capacity. Whether the informant is himself a victim; or He is an eye-witness and saw the offence being committed. Or whether he heard about… Read more »

What happens if FIR in murder case?

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In murder case, it contains direct evidence of murder on the basis of ocular evidence. When the Police registers the case minimizing the offence from murder to 307 or u/s 364 IPC to avoid its despatch to magistrate which otherwise is essential if case is really registered for murder. This is invariably in those cases in… Read more »