Latest Law on Quashing of FIR 2020

What is Quashing of FIR? Quashing means to abate, overthrow, or to dismiss it or to make it completely void. Generally, quashing of an FIR (first information report) in criminal proceedings means completely stopping the process of the legal proceedings that are in process. Section 482 Cr.P.C enables the High Courts to pass such order of Quashing of FIR to secure the ends of Justice

Conviction – Recovery of 20 kgs ‘charas’ – Narcotic powder/charas seized from possession of accused never produced before trial Court as material exhibit – Seizure panchnama not drawn at the spot where contraband recovered from car but drawn at Shamlaji Circuit House 12 km. Away – Private Car not a public conveyance, hence, search of private Car requires search-warrant even if search carried out on highway – Conviction reversed

Conviction - Recovery of 20 kgs 'charas' - Narcotic powder/charas seized from possession of accused never produced before trial Court as material exhibit - Seizure panchnama not drawn at the spot where contraband recovered from car but drawn at Shamlaji Circuit House 12 km. Away - Private Car not a public conveyance, hence, search of private Car requires search-warrant even if search carried out on highway - Conviction reversed 

Law of Bail

Law of Bail: Anticipatory Bail, Regular Bail, Bailable offence, Non Bailable Offence, Cognizable & non cognizable office, Discretion, Default bail, Section 167(2) Crpc, Computation of period, case laws, gravity of offence, Cancellation of bail, Bail under NDPS, Bail to juveniles