Criminal procedure code, CAP. 30

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Govt. Printer, 1965 - Law - 168 pages
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Contents

SECTION
9
DOther Rules regarding Process
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Chapter VIIIUnlawful Assemblies and Riots 101 Assembly to disperse on command of justice of the peace police or commis sioned officer 102 Use o...
36
Chapter IXPublic Nuisances
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BProcedure in Cases where the Police may not Arrest without a Warrant SECTION 133 Procedure where warrant is required for arrest PART VI PRO...
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Power to transfer
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Power to issue summons or warrant for offence committed beyond local juris diction Chapter XIVSanctions Necessary for the Initiation of Certain Pr...
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Prosecution for breach of contract defamation and offences against marriage 142 Prosecution for adultery
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Prevention by police and others of offences and injury to public property
112
Public to assist justice of the peace
113
Public to give information of certain offences
114
Subarea head bound to report certain matters 116 Investigation by subarea head on receiving information under section
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Information in cases where the police may arrest without a warrant
117
Procedure where warrant is not required for arrest
118
Manner of submitting First Information Report
119
Power of court on receiving First Information Report
120

Chapter XVInitiation of Judicial Proceedings before a Court
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Chapter XVIIPreliminary Inquiry and Commitment for Trial to the High Court SECTION 167 Commitment 168 Taking of evidence produced
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When accused to be discharged
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Transformation of inquiry into trial 171 Procedure on transformation of inquiry into trial 172 Framing of charge 173 Charge to be explained and co...
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Summons to witnesses for defence when accused is committed
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Bonds of complainants and witnesses 179 Detention in custody in case of refusal to execute bond 180 Charge etc to be forwarded 181 Power of Atto...
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Right of accused as to examination and summoning of witnesses 194 Prosecutors right of reply 195 Consideration of finding 196 Announcement of ...
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Form of charges 201 Contents of charges 202 Particulars as to time place and person 203 Charge of criminal breach of trust etc 204 Charge of falsifi...
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Effect of errors
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Procedure on commitment without charge or with imperfect charge 208 Court may alter charge 209 When court may proceed with trial immediately ...
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Acts forming the same transaction 215 When it is doubtful on which occasion an offence has been committed 216 When it is doubtful what offence ...
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What persons may be charged jointly
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Effect of material error Chapter XXPrevious Acquittals and Convictions
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Chapter XXIGeneral Provisions as to Inquiries Trials and other Judicial Proceedings 225 Courts to be open
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Right of appearance of legal practitioner 227 Representation of the state Government Departments and native authorities 228 General procedure in in...
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Manner of making oath or affirmation 232 Swearing of Moslems 233 Protection of witnesses
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Taking and recording of evidence 235 Power to examine the accused 236 Evidence of accused 237 Power to summon material witnesses or call pers...
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Language not understood by accused 242 Interpreter bound to interpret truthfully 243 View
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243A Determination of age 1244 Power to take evidence of persons dangerously ill J 245 Commission to take evidence 246 Examination of witnesse...
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Record of evidence when offender unknown
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Stay of proceedings by AttorneyGeneral 254 No influence to be used to induce disclosure 255 Power to postpone or adjourn proceedings 256 Proce...
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Conviction on other charges pending 259 Joint trial may be stayed and accused tried separately 260 Reference on points of law 261 Procedure when ...
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Death sentence not imposed in certain circumstances 271 Procedure where woman convicted of capital offence alleged to be pregnant
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Procedure where person is convicted of a capital offence committed while under seventeen 273 Sentence of death 274 Cases in which appeal lies 275...
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Security for book behaviour from habitual offenders
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Appeal from magistrates court 280 Procedure on appeal from magistrates court 281 Memorandum of grounds of appeal from magistrates court 282 ...
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Appellate court not to send back judgment for technical error in procedure 289 Enforcing of judgment 290 Court member not to hear appeals from j...
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Definitions for Chapter XXIV
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Commencement of period for which security is required
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Conditional order for removal of nuisance
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Service of order
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Person to whom order is addressed to obey or appear before court
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Consequences of failure to obey order or to appear
107
Procedure where person appears
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Consequences of disobedience to order made absolute
109
Order pending inquiry
110
Prohibition of repetition or continuance of nuisance
111
Case diary to be kept by police
121
Use of case diary
122
Power of police to summon and examine
123
No inducement to be offered
124
Confession to justice of the peace
125
Confession to police officer
126
Medical examination of suspect
127
Taking of fingerprints
128
Remand of person in custody
129
Procedure where police consider investigation should be terminated without inquiry or trial
130
Procedure when police consider that investigation should be terminated upon inquiry or trial
131
Attendance of accused and bonds for attendance of witnesses
132
Cognizance of offences by court
143
Power of court to give directions
144
Power of court to advise person the subject of a complaint
145
Examination of complaint
146
Transfer of case by court
147
Power of court to order further investigation
148
Inquiry by court of complaint by person other than police officer
149
Court may refuse to proceed
150
Procedure by court not competent to take cognizance of cases
151
Inquiry or trial
152
Presence of accused at trial
153
Process to compel attendance of accused
154
Procedure in summary trial by magistrate
155
Substance of accusation to be stated
156
Conviction on admission of truth of accusation
157
Evidence for prosecution
158
Discharge of accused
159
Charge to be framed when offence appears to have been committed
160
Plea
161
Defence
162
Process for compelling production of evidence at instance of accused
163
Procedure after finding
164
Absence of complaint
165
Frivolous or vexatious accusations
166

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