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Chapter VII, Filing and withdrawal of complaint in crimes to be prosecuted only . (1) Any amount of punishment to fine, either in the Penal Code, as added and. Constitution and Powers of Criminal Courts and Offices. CHAPTER punishable under Section or section of the Penal Code, when committed in any. Crimes committed abroad that are always punishable according to the Greek laws The provisions of the general part of the Penal Code are also applied in.
It must contain the points that lead to the determination of guilt or innocence. It usually commences with facts and must indicate careful analysis of evidence.
It must also specify the offence under the penal code or such other specific law as well as the punishment sentenced. If acquitted the offence of which the accused is so acquitted must be specified along with a direction that the accused be set at liberty.
Judgments in abridged form[ edit ] According to Section of the Code, a Metropolitan Magistrate may deliver judgments in abridged form and should contain: Serial number of the case Date of commission of the offence Name of the complainant if any Name of the accused person, his parentage and residence Offence complained of or proved, as the case may be Plea of the accused and his examination if any Final order Date of the order In cases where appeal lies from the final order, a brief statement of reasons for the decision.
Compensation and costs[ edit ] The functions of a civil court may be performed by a criminal court by virtue of Section , and This has been done to provide just, speedy and less expensive redress to the victim.
Such fine may, wholly or in part, be used for the purpose of compensating the victim as per the amendment of A new section A has been inserted which talks of victim compensation scheme. Further in the year two new sections namely section B and section C were inserted to make compensation to the victim as defined under section 2 wa in addition to fine imposed under section A or D of the IPC as well as treatment of victim respectively.
Post-conviction orders[ edit ] Having regards to the age, character and antecedents of the offender, and the circumstances in which the offence was committed, if the Court convicting the accused considers it expedient to release the offender, it may do so either on probation of good conduct or after due admonishment.
This provision is contained in Section of the Code. Thus the court may direct that the offender be released on his entering into a bond, with or without surities. The offender is further required to keep peace and be of good behaviour as well as appear thereafter before the court when called upon during such period as the court may decide.
This period should not exceed three years. The following conditions have to be satisfied: There is no previous conviction proved against the offender.
In case the person convicted is a woman of any age, or a man aged below twenty-one years, the offence committed is not punishable with life imprisonment or death penalty. In case the person is a man above twenty-one years of age, the offence of which he is convicted is punishable with fine.
Alternatively, the offender may be released after due admonition, if the following conditions are satisfied: There is no previous conviction proved against the offender. The offence of which the accused is convicted is any of the following: Theft, Theft in a building, Dishonest misappropriation, Any offence punishable under the Indian Penal Code with no more than two years of imprisonment, Any offence punishable only by fine.
No Magistrate of Second Class may release an offender under in such manner without being empowered to do so. He may transfer the case to a Magistrate for consideration.
Section narrows down the discretion of the Court to sentence an offender without taking into consideration the provisions of Section and similar provisions contained in the Probation of Offenders Act or any other law for treatment, training and rehabilitation of youthful offenders. Section 30 provides the Court of a Magistrate with the power to award imprisonment for additional terms over the substantive period awarded. Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle?
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The courts have extensive As regard to power The power of courts is very powers of interference in limited in revision. The Code deals with the constitution of criminal courts, classifies them, defines their powers, lays down the procedure for criminal proceedings, inquiries or trials, prescribes the duties of the police in arresting offenders and investigating offences and also contains provisions for their prevention. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.
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The object, purpose, or design of all procedural law is to further the ends of justice and not to frustrate them by the introduction of endless technicalities.
Where Appeal does not Lie: Rafsan jaman.