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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

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The Custodial Violence in India

Meaning of Custodial Violence The term ‘Custodial’ providing protection, care, supervision, or guarding. And the term ‘Violence’ means action which causes destruction, pain, or suffering. The primary meaning of the term ‘Custodial Violence’ is torturing, the violence of an individual, or a group of persons while in the custody of the police or judiciary. Custodial …

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An Analysis of Extrajudicial Killings in India

INTRODUCTION: There is a well known maxim known as ‘Audi Alteram Partem’. The meaning of this maxim is, ‘Hear the other party’. Unfortunately, this principle has nearly been forgotten in India. There are a lot of incidences of encounter killings by the police in the country recently. The families fear that if their beloved is …

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Why citizens must question the UAPA Act: With Great Power Comes Great Irresponsibility?

  Introduction  When too much power is vested in the hands of the government, there is a possibility of misuse of such power. A democracy functions efficiently only when the people of the country keep the government in check. When laws are made which take away such power from the people, they also take away …

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PARADOX OF PLEA BARGAINING: TO TRIAL OR TO PLEA?

– K.Keerthana INTRODUCTION: Plea bargaining or negotiated plea is a pre-trial negotiation between the defendant and prosecution in which the defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for some kind of concession. Usually, the concession is in form of a lesser punishment than which is specified by law or for dropping few charges in case …

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CRIMINAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION: CURRENT CONTROVERSIES

 – Abhyuday Mishra  HISTORY AND BACKGROUND: The origin of CBI is from the British Rule in our country, in 1946, World War-2, a War &Supply Department was formed by the Britishers as India had joined in the war while supporting the UK. During that, there were ample allegations of corruption involved in the supply of …

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