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Allahabad High Court said that Randeep Singh had already been directed to be released on bail and he has got right of discharge under Section 239, 245 or 227 CrPC. through a proper application for the said purpose and he is free to take all the submissions in the said discharge application before the Trial Court.
The Delhi High Court upheld the Trial Court’s decision of awarding life imprisonment to a man convicted for murdering his wife and assaulting his daughter.
Metropolitan Magistrate, 70th Court, Mazgaon, Mumbai: In a case filed against the accused for offences punishable under Section 324, 354, 504, 509
Supreme Court: The bench of MR Shah and MM Sundresh, JJ has issued notice returnable on 25.11.2022 in the case relating to
Tripura High Court: In a public interest litigation concerning custodial torture on a 28-year-old woman in the police lockup, the division bench
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Vivek Rusia, J. allowed an appeal which was filed seeking permission/ direction for termination of pregnancy. The petitioner
Supreme Court: Allowing the review petition in the 34-year-old road-rage case involving cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu that resulted into the death of
Supreme Court of Canada: The instant matter revolved around a challenge to the constitutionality of Section 33.1 of the Criminal Code which
Kerala High Court: While explaining that inflicting corporal punishment on a Child by a parent or teacher is forbidden, Dr Kauser Edappagath,
Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Sadhana S. Jadhav and Prithviraj K. Chavan, JJ., modified the conviction of a husband who
Karnataka High Court: H.P Sandesh, J. rejected bail as at this stage no offence can be attracted and the same is left
Bombay High Court: Convicting a person under Section 304 Part I of Penal Code, 1860 Division Bench of Sadhana S. Jadhav and
Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (UKSC): Bench of Lord Hodge, Lord Llyod-Jones, Lady Arden and Lord Kitchin, while unanimously allowing the
Supreme Court of India: The Division Bench of Navin Sinha and R. Subhash Reddy, JJ., reiterated the value of ocular evidence while
Madras High Court: The Division Bench of P.N. Prakash and R. Pongiappan, JJ., addressed a contempt petition filed under Section 10 of
Bombay High Court: Revati Mohite Dere, J., while addressing a very significant issue of assault, expressed that: “There is imbalance of gender
Supreme Court: The 3-judge bench of RF Nariman, Navin Sinha and Indira Banerjee, JJ has held that it is not necessary that
Allahabad High Court: Suresh Kumar Gupta, J., while addressing the present jail appeal held that, “…in cases involving sexual assault/rape, it is