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Liability of pvt ‘Sting Operator’ on ‘facts & circumstances’: SC

A Large Bench of the Supreme Court of India ruled that liability of the private individual(s) involved in a ‘sting operation’ should be based on the ‘facts and circumstances’ of every case; and hence the Apex Court upheld Delhi High … Continue reading

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High Courts can quash criminal proceedings/FIR/complaint under Sec 482 CrPC: SC

The Supreme Court of India again clarified that the High Courts in exercise of their inherent powers under Section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code (“Code”) can quash the criminal proceedings or FIR or complaint in appropriate cases in order to … Continue reading

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