Criminal Law

DIFFERENT THEORIES RELATING TO CRIME
Criminal Law

Different Theories Relating to Crime

INTRODUCTION THEORIES- The logical investigation of the reasons for misconduct and wrongdoing has been generally guided by hypothesis. A decent hypothesis is said to give a fundamental focal point through which to decipher and comprehend the appearance of a conduct. In the field of criminology, the hypothetical focal point has been fundamentally guided by ideas […]

The evidentiary value of forensic diligence in a white-collar crime investigation
Criminal Law

The evidentiary value of forensic diligence in a white-collar crime investigation

Introduction In all global businesses and commercials, it has gained tremendous momentum with the introduction of ‘globalization’. This massive momentum has caused great disruption to the global legal system with the massive growth of “white crime”. The crime committed by whites began to take place as a result of long-running business disunity. ‘White-collar crime’ as […]

SEDITION
Criminal Law, Legal

Sedition

Introduction Sedition as per the Oxford definition is the use of words or actions that are intended to encourage people to oppose a government. It is observed that there is a very thin margin between opposing the government and Criticizing the government which is decided by the government itself. In such scenarios an individual or […]

ADULTERY AND THE INDIAN LAW
Criminal Law

Adultery and the Indian Law

ABSTRACT Adultery shows a conflict between social pressure and individual struggle for happiness. People who practice adultery often face criticism and negative attitude from the society. According to Indian law, adultery is an offence under Section 497 IPC and offence of Adultery is only direct to man who violate the sanctity of marriage. So, it is a […]

Crime against women
Criminal Law, Family Matters

Crime against women

In India crime against women is increased every year, because of social, political, and economic changes, women lost their status and were relegated to the background. Aggression, violence, and crime against women who comprise about 49 percent of the population is a serious issue for us. India is traditionally a male-dominated country where women have […]

Role Of Judiciary In Rape Cases
Criminal Law

Role Of Judiciary In Rape Cases

Role Of Judiciary In Rape Cases. A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey[1] that was conducted in 2018 which was conducted among 550 experts on the matter ranked India as number one for the most dangerous country for women among the 193 UN member countries because of the High rate of sexual violence they face every day above […]

Impact Of Criminal Law On Protests During COVID-19
Criminal Law

Impact Of Criminal Law On Protests During COVID-19

Criminal Law- “Migrant workers throw stones at police in India in protest against lockdown”1, “India extends world’s biggest lockdown, ignites protest by migrant workers”2, “Lockdown 3.0 begins, migrants protest in Gujarat and Kerala: ‘Take us home’.” 3, etc. These were some of the most prominent headlines that made the news and caught the eye of the […]

Impact of Covid-19 on the Different Stages of a Criminal Trial, Impact of Covid-19 on the Different Stages of a Criminal Trial
Criminal Law

Impact of Covid-19 on the Different Stages of a Criminal Trial

Pandemic- The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic has taken a significant toll on all major institutions across the world. Each community has been affected differently, health systems have been shaken to the core, economies are dwindling and legal systems across the world are faced with unprecedented challenges. Criminal trials in India are no exception to this. This […]

Why Death Penalty Should Stay
Criminal Law

Why Death Penalty Should Stay

The concept of the death penalty emerges from the idea that death is the penalty for offenders after being convicted by a Court of Law for certain criminal offenses. While these offenses vary around the world, the abolitionist movement either abolished it permanently, temporarily or re-instated it began in Venezuela in 1863. As of 2020, […]

cyberstalking-min, Offenses Related to Obscenity
Criminal Law, Family Matters

Offenses Related to Obscenity

Introduction Offenses Related to Obscenity -The only motive to live in a constitutional country is not to protect the fundamental rights, right to live with dignity, security, and Safety of a citizen but to uphold the moral and public decency in the society. The country in which we live i.e., India is more reasonable with […]