Category: Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC)

Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1898. This is the main procedural law of criminal matters of India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and other former parts of British India. Here you will have the easy explanation of the provision of the code. In-depth analysis, case laws, differences and similarities, notes for exam preparation, questions and answers, advice, real-life facts and findings, tips and tricks, updates etc.

Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh (Part 2) 1

Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh (Part 2)

Trial and punishment under the Constitution and the Code of Criminal Procedure Provision of Article 35 of the Constitution of Bangladesh: Article 35 is concerned with penal enactments or other laws under which personal...

Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh 1

Criminal Laws and the Constitution of Bangladesh

Introduction: Liberty is a comprehensive term. Its nature and quality are determined with reference to constitution under which it may be restricted in the interest of society or the state. Though the right to...

Reasonable Restriction 0

Reasonable Restriction

By the word ‘reasonable restriction’ we easily understand restriction of a person or group of persons which is reasonable to the betterment or safeguard for the general people of the society. That means if...