Effect of intoxication on a crime

Introduction Intoxication is a condition where an individual's psychological and actual state is evil because of the utilization of liquor or an opiate substance. It is normally known as condition inebriated. In this condition of inebriation, the individual can't figure out whether what the person in question is doing is correct or wrong and he... Continue Reading →

Consent: the judicial fate of crime and punishment

Introduction Under criminal regulation, the term assent is a functioning articulation of 'goal'. The wrongdoing has two fundamentals: actus rea and mens rea. Actus implies a demonstration done by the transgressor, while mens rea implies the expectation of doing that specific demonstration. An individual will be criminally responsible for every one of the demonstrations that... Continue Reading →

Group Liability under section 34 and section 149 of the IPC

Introduction It alludes to the risk of at least two people for an offense. Where at least two people are taken part in the commission of an offense, assuming any of them or more done a demonstration which is precluded by regulation, for the advantage of every one of them, every individual connected with will... Continue Reading →

Application of Mens Reus in Strict liability cases and Socio-Economic offenses

Introduction Socio-economic offenses are those that affect the social and monetary prosperity of society. These are non-traditional wrongdoings as in they need mens rea. These wrongdoings have a cultural effect. It doesn't focus on a solitary individual, yet rather on a gathering who is probably going to buy such labor and products. Financial violations are... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION "Affray" signifies an encounter or battle between at least two, and there should be a stroke given or offered, or a weapon drawn. An affray is committed as a public offense to the fear of individuals. As per Section 159 of the Indian Penal Code, Affray is characterized as "When at least two people... Continue Reading →


Abstract Each enlightened society targets getting harmony and request for its individuals. However, polite aggravations are normal in each general public attributable to criminal demonstrations of humans going from little robbery to killing. Yet, the circumstance turns out to be more regrettable when an offense is committed on a large scale, and it is challenging... Continue Reading →

Insanity and its development

Introduction Section 84 of the Indian Penal Code says that any demonstration done by an individual who is of a shaky brain at the hour of doing the act and the individual is unequipped for knowing the idea of the demonstration and the individual doesn't realize that the demonstration which he is doing is off-base... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION For wrongdoing to be comprised two things are vital, to be specific, a blameworthy psyche and a deliberate lawbreaker act in the compatibility of the liable brain. Different guards which can be argued by an individual, blamed for an offense under the Indian Penal Code or any unique or neighborhood regulation are given in... Continue Reading →

Unlawful assembly: Basis of liability

In this article, we will investigate various parts of unlawful get-together. The unlawful gathering is acquainted with us inside the section of offenses against public peacefulness. This section has been separated into four sections, inside this part unlawful gathering goes under the initial segment. Article 19(1)(b) of the constitution presents the major right to collect... Continue Reading →

Actus Reus and Mens Reus and its development

Abstract Wrongdoing is an ethical off-base, perpetrated against the general public all in all. It upsets the harmony, and a few wrongdoings might cause far-reaching frenzy and disturbance of typical exercises locally. The weight of indictment of wrongdoing falls on the State, and the obligation to prove any claims falls on the indictment. The State... Continue Reading →

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