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December 9, 2022
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Delhi High Court Quashes FIR Against An Intern Who Appeared As A Proxy Counsel

The Delhi High Court Quashed an FIR against an intern who appeared as a proxy counsel. Background  The petitioner, who is a first year Law student, […]
November 22, 2022

Article alleging use of force by the Army for celebrating Republic Day at a school: J&K and Ladakh High Court refuses to quash FIRs against the media outlet Kashmiryat and Kashmir Walla

The Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court has refused to quash FIRs against the media outlet Kashmiriyat and Kashmir Walla for publishing an article alleging […]
May 25, 2022
Supreme Court Directs the High Court to Supply Copy of report submitted by S.P. to the appellant 

Supreme Court Directs the High Court to Supply Copy of report submitted by S.P. to the appellant 

The Supreme Court directed the High Court to supply the copy of the report submitted by the S.P. to the appellant.  Background  The appellant was a […]
May 20, 2022

“No useful purpose will be served by prolonging the proceedings of the case”, this cannot be a good ground and/or a ground at all to quash the criminal proceedings: Supreme Court

The Supreme court ruled that “No useful purpose will be served by prolonging the proceedings of the case”, cannot be good ground and/or a ground at […]
March 8, 2022
Evidence given by witness cannot be discarded merely because they were the relatives of deceased victim: Supreme Court

Evidence given by witness cannot be discarded merely because they were the relatives of deceased victim: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled that the evidence given by witnesses cannot be discarded merely because they were the relatives of the deceased victim. Background  All the […]
February 27, 2022
Rajasthan HC quashed a FIR against a rape-accused as there was consensual relationship between the parties

Rajasthan HC quashes FIR against a rape-accused as there was consensual relationship between the parties

The Rajasthan High Court quashed an FIR against a rape-accused as there was consensual relationship between the parties. Background  The prosecutrix is a jail guard deployed […]
February 24, 2022
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Article 32 not an appropriate remedy for quashing of FIR or other criminal proceedings: SC

The Supreme Court ruled that Article 32 is not an appropriate remedy for quashing of FIR or other criminal proceedings. Submission  Advocate Hemlata Rawat, appearing for […]
February 17, 2022
Bombay HC allows quashing of FIR subject to serving at an old-age home two Sundays each month, for six months

Bombay HC allows quashing of FIR subject to serving at an old-age home two Sundays each month, for six months

The Bombay High Court allowed quashing of FIR subjected to serving at an old-age home two Sundays each month, for six months. Background  Petitioners developed an […]
February 13, 2022

Persons not being named as accused in the crime, not permitted to ask for quashing of the proceedings concerning some other accused: SC 

The Supreme Court ruled that the persons not being named as accused in the crime are not permitted to ask for quashing of the proceedings concerning […]