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sir,there are 14 cases are against me. which is 392 of ipc and i am 25 year old .& which i didn't do.i want to know how i can club all cases and how to defend all cases by myself?

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hi,
You can apply for free legal aid. Section 392 IPC is serious in nature and as it is a serious offense, you have to get proper legal advice from a lawyer. Whoever commits robbery shall be punished with rigorous imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years, and shall also be liable to fine.
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Midhun Sharoon

I have caught for drinking in public place in kerala and an amount of 2500 was paid in temporary court now i am planning to go to poland will there be any issue with the pcc

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hi,
There should be no difficulty with you unless you have a criminal conviction against you. Drinking in public is considered a nuisance and is thus illegal. Also you can seek for a no-objection certificate from a magistrate in case you feel that might be an issue.
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Case ko 482 krwana hai sir

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A. Hello Sir
Under Section 482 of CrPC inherent power of the high court are given. Under this section you quash a criminal proceedings if no prima facie case was made out against the accused. Under this section you quash the First Information Report (FIR) as well. You could find lawyers through vidhikarya in your city who could file a appeal under section 482 of the CrPC in the High court.
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Respect sir nd mam what should girl do if she is victim of rape nd police officer humiliating her nd all they are on accused side nd sp cp all police officer humilate her till death where should she c

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A. Hello Ma'am
These actions of police towards are completely not acceptable. You could initiate a complaint against such officers for bribing. It would be suggested to write a compliant against them to the senior officer like IG, DIG and magistrate as well. regarding you rape compliant tou write a direct letter to the District Magistrate.
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Vinay Ramesh

With reference to the above , I Vinay.R(Helper) and Jayanth.M(Mechanic) in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering since 2009. I state that 01 No of HP(Controls Lab) computer set was

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hello Sir
It would be advised to file a police complaint and if the college authorities nare denying then file a FIR in your personal capacity so that a proper investigation could be done and real culprit could be find. Until then the college authorities could not force you to pay for the CPU.
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Namaste Madam, I have filed a Complaint Case before the Hon'ble Chief Judicial Magistrate. He has fixed the next date for ' SOLEMN AFFIRMATION'. I wish to have some guidance that what I have to do or

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In law, an affirmation is a solemn declaration allowed to those who conscientiously object to taking an oath. Please contact a lawyer and he can guide you on it.
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My mom frnd and my mom were once close. My mom frnd credit some amount of money in my mom's account then my mom asked why did you do it? She told that her husband spend more money wastely. So I put th

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A. Hi,
You can file a police complaint. You can produce the said recording in the court as an evidence provided that the recording is not edited or manipulated by any means. You don't need to pay her again since you have paid already.
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Hi Sir/Madam, I tried to get solve a dispute being as middle person at some extent it was successful and both the parties returned to their home and I too returned home but later one party lets call B

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Section 116 of the Indian Penal Code is what you're looking for. (a) A pays a bribe to B, a public worker, in exchange for B favoring A in the performance of B's official duties. The bribe is refused by B. This part punishes A, while the other section punishes abetment. There is a chance that you will face an obstacle if you have been convicted of the crime. During the stage of complaining, there would be no problem however, in the conviction stage it will be difficult.
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please advice on procedure to make a police complaint against an accused when there is already an active police complaint against same accused

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A. Hello Sir
You could file a complaint against the accused in the police station. You could initiate it with filing an FIR. Just make sure while filing you don't file a complaint for the same offence or same cause of action for which the earlier complaint was made. Double complaints for the same offence could be easily quashed by the high court.
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my female neighbor is a nuisance.sveral times i have seen her staring directly in the exact direction of my bedroom/bathroom from her balcony across the street.next time i suspect she is doing that ag

Posted 3 months ago


A. Hello Client,

She has breached your privacy and it is an absolutely unlawful act done by your neighbour.
No police personal has the right to give such permission without your consent.

You may file a complaint against your neighbour immediately so that she can not raise anymore wrong allegations against you.

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