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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 498A, 323, 504, 506, Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Section 3, 4, Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 482-- Quashment of proceedings - Cruelty - Dowry demand - FIR not disclosing specific allegation against appellants in matter arising out of matrimonial bickerings - Held, it would be clear abuse of legal and judicial process to mechanically send named accused in FIR to undergo trial...........
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 498A, 323, 504, 506, Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Section 3, 4, Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 386, 482-- Quashment of proceedings - Rejected by High Court - Appeal thereagainst - Held, High Court had not properly examined the case - It appears to be a fit case for remand for fresh consideration - But Court instead of remanding the matter to High Court, disposed of matter itself and held that in..........
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 498A, 323, 504, 506, Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Section 3, 4, Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 482-- Cruelty - Dowry demand - Complaint lodged against Husband and other family members - Quashment - Wife obtained ex-parte decree of divorce during pendency of criminal proceedings - Held, when ex parte decree of divorce obtained during pendency, same could have weighed with High Court to consider..........
PUNJAB AND HARAYANA HIGH COURT
Year of decision: 2012
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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 82(1), 82(4), Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 174A- - Absconders not falling u/s 82(4) Cr.P.C. can be declared proclaimed offenders and they are subject to the penalties and liabilities enshrined under law - Absconder not falling u/s 82(4) Cr.P.C. are liable u/s 174A Part I IPC and absconders u/s 82(4) Cr.P.C. are liable u/s 174 A Part II IPC after..........
PUNJAB AND HARAYANA HIGH COURT
Year of decision: 2012
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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 82(1), 82(4), Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 174A, 174A- - S.82(4) Cr.P.C. when read alongwith S.174 A Part I and Part II of IPC, makes it clear that act of "no, appearance" of an accused, of all offences, except the offences which are mentioned in S.82(4) Cr.P.C., pursuant to a proclamation, at a particular place, would be punishable for a period of 3..........
ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34- - Murder - Gun shot injury - First informant is real brother of deceased - Another witness was a mechanic at the factory of deceased - Evidence of eye witnesses cannot be discarded only on the ground of interested or related witness - Incident fully supported by two independent eye witnesses and..........
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Year of decision: 2012
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Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, Section 154, Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 376- - Murder and rape - Delay in lodging FIR - Incident occurred at 4.30 P.M. on 05.03.2002 - Complaint was made by PW1 at 11.05 P.M. on same day - Distance between place of incident and police station is 2 kms - PW1-father of victim is a villager and on hearing the incident through PWs.2 and 3, he..........
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 376-- Rape - Proof - Sperm detection test - Absence of report - Effect - Held, in absence of such a report, case of prosecution cannot be doubted, particularly, in the light of categorical findings of doctor that her hymen was found to have been ruptured and other prosecution witnesses have also stated..........
DELHI HIGH COURT
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 364A, 34, Evidence Act, 1872, Section 3-- Kidnapping for ransom - Appreciation of evidence - Even if phones which belong to accused, from which calls were made are ignored and not taken into consideration, statement of PW1 father of child clearly establishes that ransom calls were made and there is no other plausible reason for accused to..........
DELHI HIGH COURT
Year of decision: 2012
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 364A, 34-- Kidnapping for ransom - Lapse in investigation - Mobile phone instrument which was used to make ransom calls was not seized or produced before court - Does not create or cast doubt about prosecution case in view of statements of witnesses - Conviction upheld...........

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