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Law in Motion | Cyber Crime: How to secure your mobile handset?
Posted ·27 Sep 2021, 6:57 am
What is Central Equipment Identity Register on Stolen/Lost handsets? Read on to know all about it.
Law in Motion | Cyber Crime: Why you should not buy stolen mobile handsets
Posted ·25 Sep 2021, 8:52 pm
What precautions should you take before purchasing a used handset... what can police do if there is an FIR about stolen/lost handset? Read on to know all about it.
Law in Motion: Cyber crimes - 2
Posted ·4 Sep 2021, 7:16 pm
You cannot and should not be made to go from one police station to another to lodge an FIR.
Law in Motion: Cyber Crimes 1
Posted ·26 Aug 2021, 7:11 pm
Our ability to exploit and use the technological advancements to our betterment depends on a new set of skills and willingness to learn. The more we are open to new ideas and innovations, the better adapted we are. The better adapted we are, the better are our chances of survival and success on the world.
Law in Motion: Greed Crimes – Stolen Vehicles 2
Posted ·14 Aug 2021, 8:09 pm
What if you buy a stolen vehicle? Read on to find out more.
Law in Motion: Greed Crimes – Stolen Vehicles
Posted ·8 Aug 2021, 12:14 pm
What should you do if your vehicle is stolen... The author attempts to make aware the perils of ‘gullibility and greed’ in the wake of increasing cases of stolen vehicles.
Law in Motion: Non-Cognizable Offences (Non-FIR Cases)
Posted ·18 Jul 2021, 9:52 am
I think I have tried to deal with most queries and doubts about the FIR from the point of view of an ordinary person and a police officer too. Addressing each aspect and all intricacies is beyond the scope of the current series. However, before turning to the aspect of “Conduct of Investigation”, it would be better to have a look at ‘non-cognizable offences’.
Law in Motion: Know more about FIR
Posted ·9 Jul 2021, 6:46 pm
Can one make corrections in FIR? What happens after an FIR? Read on to know more about First Information Report.
Law in Motion: What if Police refuses to register an FIR
Posted ·2 Jul 2021, 7:20 pm
Can an Accused get Copy of the FIR? Read on to find out more.
Law in Motion: FIRs- Miscellaneous
Posted ·26 Jun 2021, 9:05 pm
Police cannot take back an FIR - it can be done only in the courts. The complainant/victim may appear in the court and express the intention to compound the offence, either to the judge or to the lawyer of opposing party or to the court officials.
Law in Motion: First Information Reports - Miscellaneous
Posted ·13 Jun 2021, 4:20 am
What happens when there are Cognizable as well as Non-Cognizable offences committed? Can Police file FIR without Enquiry? Know all about it.
Law in Motion: FIR- basic questions one needs to know
Posted ·28 May 2021, 5:05 pm
Refusing to register an FIR on jurisdictional ground could now cost a policeman a year in jail.
Law in Motion: Importance of FIR
Posted ·21 May 2021, 7:42 pm
Lodging of an FIR should not be foregone even if there is delay or incomplete information.
Law in Motion: First Information Report – how it works
Posted ·7 May 2021, 8:39 am
Non-registration of FIRs takes the citizens away from the police, creating distrust because of ‘perceived partiality’ on the part of the police.
Law in Motion: Powers and functions of executive magistrates
Posted ·7 May 2021, 7:55 am
If a person arrested fails to satisfy the conditions of the bond and/or sureties, the magistrate may order his detention in custody also till he is satisfied or the tranquility returns.
Law in Motion: Arrest
Posted ·9 Apr 2021, 9:01 am
The police has power to arrest as do the magistrates, but arrest should be used as a preventive and temporary measure, only to enable the courts to decide the culpability, post trials by courts.
Law in Motion: Arrest – PR bond and release on bond
Posted ·26 Mar 2021, 10:59 am
When a person so arrested is to be released, he may be released on executing a bond, which may be with or without sureties.
Law in Motion: Rights and Duties of citizens
Posted ·18 Mar 2021, 6:01 pm
Acting in self-defence is a defence but overdoing can be counter-productive.
Law In Motion: Classification of Offences
Posted ·6 Mar 2021, 3:30 pm
The logic behind the classification of offences as cognizable is that police needs to act immediately, either to prevent greater harm coming to the society or the victim or to prevent the accused/suspect from escaping and prejudicing the course of justice.
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