Allahabad High Court
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Allahabad High Court has held that the Trial Court has, after analysing the entire facts and evidence have concluded that there is sufficient ground to frame charges against the accused, and thus has rejected the discharge application. So, there is no illegality in the impugned order

Allahabad High Court
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The Right of speedy trial is a fundamental right, and its violation causes prejudice even to the accused person

Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court quashed the FIR registered against the law intern who projected himself as a proxy counsel on the instructions of his Advocate and the Court observed that the law interns who were merely students should be counselled, properly informed, and instructed instead of registering FIRs against them.

investigation
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The Supreme Court noticed that in the case at hand, without giving any reasonable time to the investigating agency to investigate the allegations in the FIR, the Madras High Court has, in haste, quashed the criminal proceedings.

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Unfounded criminal charges and long drawn criminal prosecution can have serious consequences. A person subjected to such litigation suffers immense mental trauma, humiliation and monetary loss.

Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court held that the law did not permit even the husband to take household articles including the jewellery without the consent and knowledge of his wife.

Allahabad High Court
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In the case at hand, the date of birth of both the petitioners showed them to be major and they claim their decision live together to be based upon voluntarily will/option.

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J&K and Ladakh High Court upheld the decision of the J&K State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, allowing the respondents to claim the payment of double the sum assured, as per their deceased father’s life insurance policy, which had a “Double Accident Benefit Cover” clause

Delhi High Court
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The Delhi High Court while granting bail to a man accused of cheating held that undertrial prisoners cannot be placed in custody for indefinite periods of time when a speedy trial does not appear to be a possibility.

Metropolitan Magistrate
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The Court acquitted the accused and held that the prosecution failed to prove their case beyond reasonable doubt.

Allahabad High Court
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The legislation in its own wisdom have planned to use the state machinery to investigate into all those offences, in which the women are poor victims of the atrocities committed by male.

Delhi High Court
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Delhi High Court grants bail to accused persons reiterating that, no accused can be indefinitely detained in custody having already undergone 50% of the sentence.

Madras High Court
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The missing person has not been traced either dead or alive and the stalemate continues, thus, taking into consideration the overall situation and without being too harsh on the State Government and instead, on humanitarian ground, the Madras High Court directed the State to pay compensation to the missing man’s family.

Allahabad High Court
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Ansad Badruddin and Firoz Khan, members of PFI were denied bail by Allahabad High Court, as various contraband articles were recovered from their possession, including a diary disclosing their aim and object of fighting against Hindu religious organisations and to promote the ideology of PFI.

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A Child-in-conflict with law (CIL) was granted bail considering that she was a young girl; her family was poor; she had less understanding to distinguish between right and wrong and her family atmosphere was good. The Court also discussed situations in which a CIL could be denied bail even in bailable offences as per Section 12 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.

Delhi High Court
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In this case, the Delhi High Court held that the right to investigation cannot be taken away from the investigating officer only because the conduct of Test Identification Parade (TIP) was ordered after the release of articles to the person who was in lawful custody of the articles.

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    Bombay High Court: In an application filed seeking bail against FIR registered for the offense punishable under sections 317, 302,

Kerala High Court
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    Kerala High Court: In a case filed concerning recurring violence against Doctors and Healthcare Professionals, a Division Bench of Devan

Delhi High Court
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Delhi High Court denied bail to a married person as he wanted to take advantage of the complainant by getting the complainant’s Date of Birth on the Aadhar Card changed so that when the applicant established physical relationship with the complainant, she would not have been a minor.

Rajasthan High Court
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    Rajasthan High Court: The Court exercising its inherent powers under Section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code (Code), quashed the First