Equality before Law and Equal Protection of Law
|Law of Crimes - Indian Penal Code|
|Written by Hanumant's Law Journal|
|Tuesday, 08 September 2009 01:35|
Law of Crimes (IPC)
Q. 1 What is an attempt to commit an offence? Distinguish between Preparation and Attempt. What do you mean by attempt to commit murder? Whether without causing injury can a person be held guilty of attempt to commit murder? Do the elements of Sec 511 (attempt to commit an offence) apply to section 307, 308, & 309 (attempt to commit murder, culpable homicide, and Suicide)?
Q. 2 How far is mistake of fact, accident, act of child, insanity, and intoxication are valid and good defences under IPC? In IPC, mistake of law is no defence but mistake of fact is a good defence. How? What exemptions have been given by IPC to minors for an offence under General Exceptions? What has to be provided by a person claiming immunity from criminal liability on the ground of Insanity?
Q. 7 Define and explain Theft. How is Theft different from Extortion? Under what circumstances Theft becomes Robbery? Can a man commit theft of his own property? A finds a valuable ring on the road. A sells it immediately without attempting to find the true owner. Is A guilty of any offence? Differentiate between Robbery and Dacoity.
Q. 8 Define Rape. Can a person commit rape with his wife? (Sec 375)
Q. 9 Short Notes and Differences -
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