Criminal Issues

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Overview

To understand criminal issues you must know about the Criminal law.Criminal trial basically is divided into two parts:Trial before a Court of Session (section 225 to 237 CrPC)Trial by Magistrates: in case of Magistrate trial it further divided into two ways

Case instituted on a police report (section 238 to 243 CrPC)
Case instituted other than police report (Section 244 to 247)
Trial Before A Court of Session (Section 225 to 237 CrPC)
Sec.225-237 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 substantially deals with the procedure for trial before a Sessions Court. Firstly in case of criminal issues the public prosecutor conducts the case and explains the court about charges or allegations against the accused. It is the right of the accused to get all the documents or copies in perusal of the case.
After hearing the both prosecution as well as accused, if the judge considers that there is no case against the accused by prosecution, he will discharge the accused vide Sec.227 of CrPC.
But if on hearing there is presumption of offence than the court shall frame the charge under section 228.

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Documents Required

A list of minimum required documents is given below. Any other relevant document if needed by your lawyer will be told in due time.

• Address proof of you and your partner (photocopy of any of the following documents will suffice passport, voter id card, Aadhar card, driving license)

• Proof of date of birth (photocopy of any of the following documents will suffice passport, voter id card, Aadhar card, driving license, class 10 passing certificate)

FAQs

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  • The most important thing is that you must not worry and handle the matter involving criminal issues with utmost care and patience.

    Usually you will be taken into custody when you’re arrested. The police will photograph you and take your fingerprints. When the police begin to question you, they will read you your rights.

    Remember that you have two important rights: the right to remain silent, and the right to a lawyer. Police may not ask you any more questions if you claim either or both these basic rights. You can claim these rights at the beginning of the questioning or at any time during the questioning.

    To be released from custody after your arrest, you must post bail. In some cases, you can do this by a signature bond (a written promise to appear in court). In other cases, you may be required to provide either a secured surety bond (you put up property, such as a car or house), or cash (which may be posted by you or someone else).

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