Workshop on the practical aspects of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
What you will learn?
The current workshop by LexGaze is an endeavour to introduce you to the practical aspects of the Code of Criminal Procedure. In period of a little over 4 hours, the goal is to explain to you from the lens of a practicing lawyer- how the criminal law really works.
Of course, there will be discussion of the theory as well, but our prime focus will be on the operation of the law. Our faculty will try and explain to you the many real-life situation one encounters when dealing in criminal law. Refer to the syllabus given below to get a glimpse of the topics we are going to cover in the workshop, so that you get an idea of what to expect from the sessions.
Who will be teaching?
Ms. Shriya Maini
Ms. Maini is an award-winning lawyer practicing at the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi High Court and District Courts/tribunals dispute resolution (civil, criminal and matrimonial) and has been accredited with numerous publications. A gold medallist from Gujarat National Law University, Ms. Maini post-graduated in laws from the University of Oxford, U.K., and is also a Visiting Professor for Women and Child Laws and International Crimes at National Law University, Delhi, NLU Nagpur and Lloyd Law College, Noida. She currently serves as an external member on the Internal Complaints Committee at Lloyd Law College, Noida. Prior to establishing her independent practice, Ms Maini worked as an Associate at Amarchand and Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff and Co. Ms. Maini also holds the distinguished feat of working as an Associate with the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals under Judge Theodor Meron at The Hague. With the rich and diverse experience that Ms. Maini comes with in International and domestic criminal laws, the present workshop is set to be an enriching experience for all participants.
Lecture 1: Before the trial
Constitution of Criminal Courts and their Powers
A brief discussion on how Criminal Courts are organised in India, the hierarchy of criminal courts, where a criminal proceeding is/can be instituted, etc.
First Information Report (F.I.R.) and Criminal Complaint
What is an FIR, when can you register an FIR, where can you register an FIR; What is a criminal complaint, is it different from FIR, etc.
INVESTIGATION- Appointment of the Investigating Officer, initiation of investigation and Arrest of Persons- all about it
A detailed discussion on who is an Investigating Officer and the Role played by them, investigation procedure, what is arrest, the procedure for arrest, Arrest with and without warrant- circumstances, the Rights of an Arrested Person, the Duty of the Police post-arrest, etc. Emphatic Discussion on the Disha Ravi, Arnab Goswami and Munawwar Faruqui Case on this point.
Framing of Charge
Learn what happens after the police completes its investigation. How does the court move forward? Is everything that the police submit at the end of its investigation taken as true? Does the accused get to say anything before the court?
Lecture 2: The Trial
What is Trial?
Learn what Trial means, when it starts
The Kinds of Trial
Learn the different kinds of Trial contemplated under CrPC. Through use of practical examples, learn which kind of trial will be conducted in which situations. Detailed discussion on Summons and Warrants Trial; brief discussion on Summary Trial.
What to do in a Trial? Learn the art of trial in brief
Learn the important things you must remember when arguing before a court in a trial. Expect discussions on Chief-Examination, Cross-Examination, etc.
Conclusion of Trial
What happens in the end of a Trial? What to do in case of adverse decision?
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FEE: INR 500/-
This course includes:
4+ hours of video lectures
2 downloadable resources
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
A. Make the Payment
1. Fee Details: ₹500/- Only
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B. Fill the registration form
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C. Registration Done
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D. Time to learn
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*Please note that this workshop was conducted on Zoom from April 7-8, 2021. The same workshop is available in recorded form for the legal fraternity to benefit from it.