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Bail in NDPS Cases in India: Understanding the Legal Landscape

Bail in NDPS Cases in India: Understanding the Legal Landscape Under the NDPS Act getting bail is not an easy thing, whereas, under ordinary criminal cases, bail is the rule and jail is the exception...

Nixon in 1968: drug abuse is “public enemy number one.” “In order to fight and defeat this enemy,” he continued, “it is necessary to wage a new, all-out offensive.” With that statement, the “war on drugs” began.

John Ehrlichman, a top Nixon aide (1994): The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar left and black people. You understand what I’m saying? We knew...

Important anticipatory bail case laws

Introduction The Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) is the legislation that governs the administration of criminal proceedings in the country. It was enacted in 1973. Offences are classified...

Leading Case Laws of Family Law

Sushil Kumari Dang v. Prem Kumar Here, a petition for restitution of conjugal right is filed by the husband and the husband accuses his wife for adulterous conduct. Following which he filed another...

Domestic Violence – A Cruel Reality Of Modern India

Let’s first understand the phrase “domestic violence.” Let’s consider them as two separate words. “Domestic” means “within the realm or the household territory”...

Types of cases addressed in family courts

ommon cases heard in family courts India is one of the countries with the largest population, due to which there are many married couples in the country. While having this large number of married...

Criminal Law Bills 2023 Decoded #18: Fitness to stand tria

Implications of Change in Terminology The term ‘mental illness’ has been introduced in the BNSS without providing any definition. However, the BNS clarifies that ‘mental illness’ shall have the same...

Bail or Jail – The Supreme Court clarifies the law and lays down the guidelines

INTRODUCTION  The Supreme Court of India has in its recent landmark judgment in Satender Kumar Antil laid down guidelines on the grant of bail to an accused and while doing so, it has...

Unconstitutionality of Premature Release: Examining the Abuse of Remission Policies

Premature release entails a prisoner’s release before the completion of his judicially ordained sentence. States may grant premature release to convicts owing to several factors, as laid down in the...

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