In law, the purpose of punishment is to prevent the wrongdoer from committing the same offence again. Punishment follows the wrongful act. Chapter II (Sec. 6-52A) and Section 53 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), 1860 cover necessary provisions for punishment. Section 53 provides for the
“The Code of Criminal Procedure,1973” regulates procedures from the filing of a grievance to the final judgment. While dealing with procedures like arrest and placing the accused person into
The civil rights of criminals are not waived by the commission of an offense. The Indian constitution has adopted the Rule of Law and the citizens are guaranteed fundamental rights against the
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The right to protest is a fundamental right made available to the citizens in almost all functional democracies over the world. Because for many nations the democratic form of government was also achieved via protest. The fall of the Tsar, the end of colonial rules, and the removal of monarchy