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ORISSA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 309, 201, 34 -- Murder after abduction - Acquittal of co-accused - Prosecution evidence unfailingly and unerringly establishing that it was appellant who had taken an important role for taking the car on hire as well as for commission of the offence of murder - Held, acquittal of co-accused does not weaken the version of prosecution...........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34, 149 -- Conviction u/s 302 read with S.34 - No specific charge framed u/s 34 - But facts giving rise to constructive liability well known to both the accused and the case which they have to meet under S.34 is substantially the same as the prosecution put forward - Held, no prejudice is caused to accused in the circumstances...........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34, 436, 34 -- Appeal against acquittal u/s 302/34 and 436/34 IPC - Submission that higher sentences would have been more appropriate in respect of established offences - Held, question not to be gone into in absence of appeal by prosecution in that regard...........

RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34 -- No inordinate delay in FIR - Delay in sending FIR to Magistrate not fatal - Addition of one line in FIR inconsequential - No contradiction between ocular and medical evidence - Non examination of persons not having seen incident or of relatives of deceased not fatal - Case proved by eye witnesses - Conviction sustained...........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 34, 302, 96, 99, 103 -- Common intention - Right of private defence - Accused persons causing death of a person by exceeding their right of private defence - They are individually responsible and cannot be convicted with aid of S.34 IPC - It cannot be said that murder was committed in pursuance to common intention - Common intention has..........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34, 201, 34 -- Conviction on the basis of last seen together - Giving false explanation of whereabouts of deceased - Having knowledge of dead body of deceased - Recovery at his instance - Co-accused acquitted - Can be convicted u/s 302 and for no other offence - Appeal partly allowed...........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 147, 148, 149, 302, 307, 324, 328, 452, 34 -- Murder of three and injuries to other members of same family by mob of 60 - Conviction of 13 and acquittal of 47 - Appellant acquitted by trial Court but convicted by High Court - Appellant was seen prominently in the mob trespassing into house of Mohan - He and others challenged the deceased..........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34 -- Appellant No.2 mother of deceased, poured kerosene and appellant No.1 step father set deceased on fire - PW4 younger sister of deceased, a child witness was eye witness to incident - PW3 police patil recorded statement of deceased wherein she stated that A1 poured kerosene on her and A2 set her on fire - Order of conviction..........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 34 -- With the aid of section 34 a person can be made liable for an action of an offence not committed by him but by another person with whom he shared the common intention as section 34 recognises the principle of vicarious liability in criminal jurisprudence...........

PATNA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2002
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 34 -- Wife - Murder by strangulation - Entire case based on evidence of approver PW1 - Appeal against conviction - Evidence of PW1 that appellants by putting pistol and dagger on him compelled him to go with them for commission of offence - Witness may not fall in category of accomplice - Even if it is assumed that he was accomplice..........

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