First Information Report, or more commonly known by its acronym, “F.I.R.”, is a tool of the criminal law in India which pushes the Police into action. So, what is this tool of the criminal justice system that initiates the criminal … Continue reading F.I.R. – What? How? If not, then what?
Imagine yourself in the role of a judge. The victim’s lawyer forgot to present a key document within the specified period, to prove that his client had the right he was claiming for. Because of this, he lost the case, … Continue reading The truth? Which truth?
“There is no more serious pathology in law than a law that can’t achieve its goal” A. Andaluz Have you ever heard that “the laws are dead letters”? Most probably yes and more than once… and probably many examples are … Continue reading Easier said than done: The problem of non-compliance of the law
What is a Third-Party Lawsuit? A third-party lawsuit, most simply put, is a lawsuit filed often against a person or group of persons not directly involved with your place of employment, but taking place while you are technically on the … Continue reading Third Party Lawsuits
In the book of Genesis, Chapter 3, it is said that Adam and Eve were told by God not to eat the forbidden fruit. However, they were tempted by the serpent and did eat it. When God came and asked what … Continue reading Crime and Punishment
This article has been written by Raina Mahapatra. Raina is currently pursuing her undergraduate course from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. While reading an article last night, I came across a very specific concept that seemed particularly interesting. Let me guide … Continue reading The Trolley Problem