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Person arrested and produced before Magistrate-Remand to police custody after initial period of 15 days-Whether legal. HEADNOTE ... investigating officer moved an application, seeking police custody of K, which was allowed. When he was being taken
Supreme Court of India
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shall not authorise the detention of such person in police custody. (4) Any such confession shall be recorded
Central Government Act
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case for the remand of the offender to the police custody under Section 167(2) can be made ... therefore effective at the very moment of arrest. Police custody is an inevitable concomitant of arrest for non-bailable offences
Supreme Court of India
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Magistrate will be disentitled to placing an accused in police custody for a full period of 15 days ... that if the accused is to be remanded to police custody the remand should be for such period
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 34 - Cited by 43 - Full Document
Confession by accused while in custody of police not to be proved against him.—No confession made by any person ... whilst he is in the custody of a police officer, unless it be made in the immediate presence
Central Government Act
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victim for attrocities and death caused in police custody and to provide for accountability of the efforts are often made ... death of one Mahesh Bihari of Pilkhana, Aligarh in police custody was received. That letter was also treated
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 32 - Cited by 498 - Full Document
evidence-Whether the death of petitioner's in in police custody due to police brutality. Constitution of India, 1950-Articles ... Death in police custody-Power of Supreme Court/High Court to award compensation for contravention of fundamental tight to life
Supreme Court of India
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thumb impression from accused- Statement of accused in Police custody used in evidence-If contravene constitutional guarantee Constitution of India ... evidence of statements made by an accused person in police custody which lead to a discovery. It was contended
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 36 - Cited by 239 - Full Document
back to the house, he was illegally detained in Police custody for a day and then taken ... Ferozepur Court from Ambala jail, Joginder escaped from police custody. It is further alleged by the police that
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 26 - Cited by 82 - Full Document
Constitution they complained that after their arrest, whilst under police custody they were blinded by the members of the police ... officials at the time of arrest or whilst in police custody, it does so, not for the purpose of adjudicating
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 35 - Cited by 74 - Full Document
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