The Criminal Practice & Justice System in India Essay

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Introduction and organisational context
The Department
The history of Bombay High Court
The History of Supreme court New Delhi

The Department’s of Indin Criminal law
3.1. The Indian Penal Code
3.2. The Code of Criminal Procedure(CrPC) in India.
3.3. The Indian Evidence Act.

The debate issues in bombay high court - case laws

Aim, objectives and outputs
1.AIM - Murder; sec 300 to sec 307
2.Objectives - Bail; sec 436 to sec 450 2.1. Bailable offence 2.2. Non-bailable offence

Literature Review
3.1.Successes of Practice in Criminal Justice system.
3.2. The Failures of Practice in
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The study is based on the literature from the secondary sources. The essay argues that indian judiciary has slowly become an ineffcient institution. As it has no a suffcient internal mechanism or will or strength to adapt to the changing times in order to deal with criminal justice system and growing criminalization in india.

2.The history of Bombay High Court The Bombay High Court
The 'Indian High Court Act' of 1861, vested in Her Majesty the Queen of England to issue letters patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom to erect and establish High Courts of Calcutta, Madras and Bombay. The Indian High Courts Act, 1861 did not by itself create and establish the High Courts in India. The express and avowed aim of the Act was to effect a fusion of the Supreme Courts and the Sudder Adalats in the three Presidencies and this was to be consummated by issuing Letter Patent. The Charter of High Court of Bombay was issued on June 26, 1862.

The Bombay High Court was inaugurated on 14th August ,1862. The High Court had an Original as well as an Appellate Jurisdiction the former derived from the Supreme Court, and the latter from the Sudder Diwani and Sudder Foujdari Adalats, which were merged in the High Court. With the establishment of the High Court the Penal Code, the

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