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The Criminal Law Journal Journal 1953

1953

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Summary

The framers of the said Amendment Act 26 of 1943 had thereby brought ordinary Jury appeals to High Court against the decisions of the Courts of Session and Jury appeals to the Division Court of the High Court against the decision of a High Court Judge in the exercise of original criminal jurisdiction somewhat on equal lines. [...] tion of the entire proceedings is provided by the Statute and the intention of the Legislature is to put a check against the decision of the Court of Session because the life of an individual is to be taken away. [...] On the other hand if for some reason or other the accused fails to prefer an appeal against the decision of the High CourtJudge exercising orignal criminal jurisdiction he is doomed and he is baulked of the statutory consideration of the entire matter for the last time and there is no safeguard of the interest of the accused and there is no check against the decision of a High Court Judge in [...] Non-filing of the appeal ousts the jurisdition of the Division Court of the High Court in finally determining the case of the condemned person. [...] This is indeed one of the methods of inquiry into the truth of the accusation by drawing the attention of the person concerned to the accusation and to ask him whether ho has any cause to show.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-i S. Rao

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The New Year 1-2 S. Rao

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The Late Mr. N. Gopalaswamy Iyengar 3-3 S. Rao

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Supreme Court and High Court Judges under Indian Constitution 3-6 Thakur Dubey

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Judicial Anomalies 6-8 Mohd. Khan

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A Case for an Amendment 9-9 Bidhu Chakravarty

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Sentence of Death Passed by High Court Judge in Exercise of Original Criminal Jurisdiction 9-10 Gauri Mukherjee

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Application of Chapter XX of the Code of Criminal Procedure to S. 107 (Security for keeping the Peace) 10-13 Tirithdas Wadhwani

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Revision Against an Order of Discharge—when to be moved 13-14 S. N. Patnaik

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Proposed Reform of the Criminal Procedure Code 14-15 M. L. Das

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Surrender of Accused in Court During Police Investigation—a Predicament 15-16 Banabihari Gupta

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Reviews 16-16 S. Rao

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Can a Subordinate Court Review its Judgment in a Criminal Case? 17-17 Radha Dhar

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Order for Investigation into Complaints and Necessary Enactment to that Effect 17-18 Bimalananda Chatterjee

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Section 432 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 18-18 Akhileshwar Prasad

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Section 13A of the Essential Supplies (Temporary Powers) Act 1946 18-19 Sudhir Ray

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Surrender of Accused in Court During Police Investigation a Predicament 19-20 Harmohan Nath

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Withdrawal of Complaint 20-21 S. Rao

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Comments on A.I.R. 1952 M. B. 161=1952 Cri. L. J. 1425 22-23 Bakshi Ram Chhibar

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The Central Excises and Salt (Amendment) Act 1953 23-23 S. Rao

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The Constitution (Second Amendment) Act 1952 23-23 S. Rao

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The Scheduled Areas (Assimilation of Laws) Act 1953 23-24 S. Rao

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The Cinematograph (Amendment) Act 1953 25-25 S. Rao

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The Tea Act 1953 25-34 S. Rao

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Women as Jurors and Assessors—A Case for Amendment of S. 319 Criminal P. C. 35-35 Harihar Prasad

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Revival of Complaint Dismissed in Default of Appearance 35-36 Radha Dhar

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Reviews 36-36 S. Rao

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Obituary 37-37 S. Rao

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Costly Justice 38-38 Radha Dhar

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Granting of Bal to Pickpockets 38-39 Yasvant Ingle

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Executive Jurisdiction in Tenancy Cases 39-40 Chandrakant Bhatt

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What is the Proper Procedure where a Subordinate Criminal Court Desires to Get its own Erroneous Order Set Aside? 40-40 Radha Dhar

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The Central Silk Board (Amendment) Act 1953 40-41 S. Rao

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The Collection of Statistics Act 1953 41-43 S. Rao

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Reviews 43-44 S. Rao

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The Sea Customs (Amendment) Act 1953 45-46 S. Rao

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The Employees’ Provident Funds (Amendment) Act 1953 46-46 S. Rao

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The Travancore-Cochin High Court (Amendment) Act 1953 47-47 S. Rao

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The Calcutta High Court (Extension of Jurisdiction) Act 1953 47-47 S. Rao

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The Repealing and Amending Act 1953 47-49 S. Rao

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The Coir Industry Act 1953 49-51 S. Rao

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The Banking Companies (Amendment) Act 1953 51-53 S. Rao

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The Telegraph Wires (Unlawful Possession) Amendment Act 1953 53-53 S. Rao

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The Indian Patents and Designs (Amendment) Act 1953 54-54 S. Rao

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Pages
86
SARF Document ID
sarf.120178

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