क्रिमिनल कोर्ट प्रॅक्टिस रेकॉर्डेड सेशन (मराठी)

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Here’s an outline of what may be covered in a criminal court practice online course:

  1. Complaint: Understanding the process of filing a complaint to initiate criminal proceedings.
  2. FIR (First Information Report): Explaining the importance of FIR in criminal cases and the procedure for lodging an FIR.
  3. NCR (Non-Cognizable Report): Understanding the differences between cognizable and non-cognizable offenses and the process for filing an NCR.
  4. Investigation: Overview of the investigation process conducted by law enforcement agencies, including gathering evidence, questioning witnesses, and collecting forensic evidence.
  5. Chargesheet: Understanding the preparation and submission of a chargesheet by investigating authorities, which outlines the evidence and charges against the accused.
  6. Panchnama: Explanation of the panchnama, which is a document recording the observations made by independent witnesses (panchas) during the investigation process.
  7. Trial: Understanding the trial process in criminal cases, including the examination of evidence, cross-examination of witnesses, and arguments presented by the prosecution and defense.
  8. Types of Trial: Exploring different types of criminal trials, such as summary trials, sessions trials, and warrant trials, and understanding the procedures involved in each.
  9. Process: Detailed explanation of the legal procedures and formalities involved in criminal court proceedings, including bail, summons, warrants, and arrests.
  10. Documentation: Guidance on maintaining accurate documentation throughout the legal proceedings, including filing petitions, affidavits, and other court documents.
  11. Judgment: Understanding how judgments are delivered by the court based on the evidence presented, legal arguments, and relevant laws.
  12. Examination of Witness: Explaining the process of examining witnesses during the trial, including direct examination by the prosecution and cross-examination by the defense.
  13. Arguments: Understanding the role of legal arguments presented by the prosecution and defense attorneys to persuade the court in favor of their respective positions.
  14. Orders: Explanation of the various orders that may be passed by the court during the trial, including interim orders, acquittal orders, and sentencing orders.
  15. Appeal: Overview of the appellate process, including the grounds for filing an appeal, the appellate court’s review of the lower court’s decision, and the possible outcomes of the appeal process.

This course aims to provide comprehensive knowledge and practical skills required to navigate the criminal court system effectively, from the initial complaint to the final judgment and beyond.

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