Recording of first information report (FIR): Section 154 CrPC

Recording of first information report (FIR): Section 154 CrPC

The procedure for recording of first information report i.e. FIR is given in section 154 CrPC. This section devises a process to lodge FIR in commission of cognisable offence. When the information discloses cognisable offence the officer in charge of the police...

Further investigation is being conducted with mala-fide intention

My girlfriend has filed a false case of sexual harassment. She filed FIR under section 354 A of the Indian penal code. Indeed, she induced me to establish a sexual relationship with the sole purpose to extort money. I trapped on the web; I had sent some WhatsApp...

FIR quashing on the ground of false allegation

My neighbour has filed a false FIR case against me whereas he knew that I did not steal his bike which was kept out of his house. However, we are living in a well-gated society. There is good security arrangement so that no one can enter the premises without the...

No second FIR in same offence

No second FIR in the same offence, same incident or same occurrence. The code of criminal procedure does not allow to register more than one FIR in respect of same offence. If accused has committed more than one offences in the same transaction still there should be...

ALTERATION OF CHARGE

How does the court alter the charge under the code of criminal procedure? Alteration of charge may be taken place during the trial if the court found that there is sufficient material on record to show the commencement of any offence which is not charged by the court....

Guidelines for arrest

The basic guidelines for arrest. Police are bound to follow it before making the arrest. Time and again the supreme court of India in its judgments make rule or guideline for arrest. Some important judgments are given below.  Joginder Kumar Vs State of UP   No arrest...