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Introduction A country’s law should develop with the progression of time and the progression of time. In troublesome times, as in any respectful society, society requires more thorough and brutal guidelines, however the topic of how much stricter and more rigid a law should remain with regards to making aContinue Reading

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All individuals who have been a victim of crime have had themselves and their families affected, significantly making monetary misfortunes to the people in question. And the effect of these crimes and wrongdoings on the people in question and their families goes from genuine physical and mental wounds to perpetualContinue Reading

INTRODUCTION When a crime happens, there are various reasons behind it. But the reasons are usually not known to most of us. Criminology theories or theories of crime describe those reasons. An individual can commit a crime for satisfying different needs. Crime causation has always been a complex field[1]. ForContinue Reading

ABSTRACT Child sexual abuse is a dark reality that is increasing in India and with numerous harmful impacts. It is a universal and human rights issue. It was not conceded as a serious crime before the “Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012”. Child sexual abuse includes the provisionContinue Reading

Introduction The prime rationale behind providing punishments is to make the wrongdoer pay the penalty for the wrong he did and to provide a message to society and deter them from committing the same. Capital punishment is an integral part of the criminal justice system also follows the same rationale.Continue Reading

 Legislative Acts of death penalty The death penalty is a process that provides punishment to an individual if she or he commits an act that is forbidden by law. It is also known as capital punishment. Capital punishment is an inherent part of the Indian judicial system.  Article 21 ofContinue Reading

Introduction Sedition laws were enacted in 17th Century England when legislators accepted that only positive opinions about the government ought to be expressed, as negative and coercive opinions were inconvenient to the public authority and government.  The law was initially drafted in 1837 by Thomas Macaulay, a British history specialist.Continue Reading

About the Custodial rape Under section 376 of IPC, whoever commits rape shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment of either description for a term which shall not be less than ten years, but which may extend to imprisonment for life. Section 375 of IPC defines rape and Section 376 dealsContinue Reading

Sedition Law and its Brief History The Indian Penal Code came into force in 1860 under British India prepared by Lord Macaulay. In IPC’s 1st draft sedition was not included. It was introduced after 10 years from the enforcement of IPC in the year 1870. This was done to curbContinue Reading