The Bombay High Court on 11th March 2019 held that every prisoner shall be eligible for an emergency parole subject to valid reasons. However, the broader question which arises before us is why in certain crimes no parole is granted … Continue reading Sentencing without Parole: Assessing prisoners right to Dignity in India
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you are likely afraid and confused, struggling with medical bills, and not sure what to do next. That’s the time to call an experienced personal injury attorney, despite how lawyers are frequently depicted … Continue reading Five Common Myths About Personal Injury Lawyers
In Christianity, priests are envisaged as alter Christus, another Christ, and thus any sexual violation caused by them is a breach of the sacred trust that a person entails in the religious institutions. Widespread and growing sexual abuse at the … Continue reading Clergy Sexual Abuse: Are First Rules of Reporting a Notable Action?
An RTI, or the Right to Information Act, 2005 is undoubtedly one of the best tools in maintaining the transparency and accountability among the governing and the governed. The mission of this act clearly objectifies and commits to providing factual … Continue reading RTI: A grossly misused tool in the hands of CPIO
While Indian rape laws have been amended several times, most notably after the infamous Tukaram v. State of Maharashtra, and more recently after the Delhi gang-rape in 2012, one particularly contemptible colonial vestige has managed to survive these amendments. This … Continue reading Analysing the Constitutionality of the Marital Rape Exception under IPC
In the previous post (Part I: Automation & Ethics:Applying Trolleyology), we discussed the introductory part to this article; the inherent ethical dilemma in the trolley problem and how that’s relevant to the current scenario of automated devices and self-driving cars. … Continue reading Part II: So, who is liable?