The reason given in the arrest memos to arrest the petitioners, having regard to the facts, appears to be casual, mechanical and perfunctory, clearly without application of mind. The grounds for arrest of the petitioners mentioned in the arrest memos clearly breach the mandatory provisions of Sections 41 and 41-A and 60-A of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Upon learning that the police had violated the human rights of a physically challenged person, Madras High Court gave directions to police officials to sensitize police force regarding rights of persons with disabilities and ensure proper functioning of CCTV cameras in all police stations.
Punjab and Haryana High Court held that when the accused is coming forward to face trial and is undertaking to appear before Court, no prejudice will be caused to the prosecution or complainant in granting bail to the petitioner.
Punjab and Haryana High Court: While deciding the instant petition preferred by Deepak Chaurasia, against the order dated 28-10-2022 whereby his bail
Tripura High Court: In a public interest litigation seeking issuance of show cause to the respondents as to why a writ of
“I’m unable to comprehend as to how the name of the father being similar or even identical would have any role to play in the arrest, extrapolating the same logic if the arrest warrant has been issued for one brother, another brother or maybe even the sister could be arrested, merely, because the father’s name is identical.”
Karnataka High Court (Dharwad Bench): Suraj Govindaraj, J. while deciding a matter regarding handcuffing of an accused during arrest, held that “handcuffing
Supreme Court: With a view to bringing reform in practices relating to disposal of bail applications arising from the same case, the
Gauhati High Court: A bail application under Section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, (CrPC) was denied by Sanjay Kumar Medhi,
Bombay High Court: Vibha Kankanwadi, J., held that, if a husband files a divorce petition that cannot be taken as an act
The IBBI Disciplinary Committee has issued an ex-parte interim order due to the urgency of the matter and suspended the registration of
Rajasthan High Court: Dinesh Mehta, J., issues notice and directs police to neither harass nor arrest the petitioner boy. The facts of
Delhi High Court: While expressing that a LOC is a coercive measure to make a person surrender, Chandra Dhari Singh, J., noting
Delhi High Court: Chandra Dhari Singh, J., expressed that it is settled law that the power to issue writ has its own
Allahabad High Court: Rajeev Singh, J., reiterated that under Section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code, an FIR i.e. First Information Report
Delhi High Court: Subramonium Prasad, J., while explaining the facets of cancellation of bail and rejection of an application for bail, made
Delhi High Court: Najmi Waziri, J., observed that “Arrest and incarceration destroys a person and collaterally affects many other innocent relatives. Subsequent release
Delhi High Court: Rajnish Bhatnagar, J., while addressing the allegations of forged agreement, stated that the effect of the same would be
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Supreme Court: The Division Bench of Dr Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud and MR Shah, JJ., while addressing a matter expressed that, The administration