Recent Added Judgments

Jeetendra Vs State of Madhya Pradesh

Supreme Court

Bail is rule and jail is exception
Amit Vs State of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand HC

Personal liberty is very precious fundamental right and it should be curtailed only when it becomes imperative; Bail allowed in POCSO
State of Maharashtra Vs Shri Balu Ravji Abhang

Bombay HC

Every Cruelty is not an offence under S. 498A IPC
Ankit Bharti Vs State Of UP And Another

Allahabad HC

Not mandatory to approach the Sessions court first, 'Petitioners can directly move High Court for Anticipatory Bail'
State of Maharashtra Vs Ashok and Ors

Bombay HC

Family members should not be dragged without specific evidence against them, otherwise, S. 498-A IPC is unfortunately misused as a weapon
Padma Mishra Vs State of Uttarakhand and Anr

Supreme Court

High Court cannot adjudicate correctness of allegations in FIR in Article 226 proceedings
Rajendra Kumar Swain Vs State of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand HC

No coercive action during investigation against rape-accused where prima facie consent of complainant found
Puneet Dalmia Vs Central Bureau of Investigation

Supreme Court

Guidelines for grant of personal exemption to accused u/s 205 CrPC from attending court in criminal proceeding
Chief Information Commissioner Vs High Court of Gujarat and Anr

Supreme Court

Court documents, information on the judicial side cannot be obtained by third parties under RTI Act
Mangayakarasi Vs M Yuvaraj

Supreme Court

Filing of criminal case & acquittal therein cannot be treated as ground for granting divorce of it was not the basis for seeking divorce
Nivrutti Vs State of Maharashtra

Bombay HC

Personal WhatsApp messages cannot amount to "obscenity" in "public place", not a crime under Section 294 of IPC
Anita Vs Amit

Delhi HC

‘Capable of earning’ is not a sufficient reason to deny wife's maintenance
Avinash Chandrakant Deshmukh and Ors Vs State of Maharashtra and Anr

Bombay HC

Every case of harassment/cruelty to a married woman not "cruelty" under Section 498A, IPC
Amit Chaudhary Vs State of Uttar Pradesh and Anr

Supreme Court

Maintenance amount given in Section 125 CrPC proceeding should be adjusted while dealing with DV Act maintenance
Parvat Singh and Ors Vs State of Madhya Pradesh

Supreme Court

Statement U/s 161 CrPC are inadmissible in evidence and cannot be relied upon for conviction

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