Mar 5, 2020

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1. The involvement of five or more persons is essential for
(a) Theft
(b) Extortion
(c) robbery
(d) dacoity

2. Y, a small boy was guarding the field. Z and M outsiders trespassed and stared harvesting, on protest by Y they beat him up and hearing his cries, X and P, Uncles of Y who were working in different directions, rushed in, one of them X, fired at the trespassers killing one of them and ran away. P was arrested and charged under section 302 of the IPC for murder read with section 34. Which of the following statement is correct?
(a) he is liable for murder because of the similar intention of both the brothers
(b) he is liable for murder because of the same intention of both the brothers
(c) he is liable for murder because he was present when his brother forced at the trespassers
(d) he is not liable because there was no common intention to kill

3. “P gives grave and sudden provocation to M. M on this provocation, fires a pistol at p, neither intending nor knowing himself to be likely to kill Q . Who is near him but out of the sight, M kills Q”. Taking the view of this illustration give the correct answer.
(a) It is murder
(b) It is not a murder but culpable homicide
(c) It is neither a murder nor a culpable homicide
(d) It is a culpable homicide

4. Under which among the following cases, the Supreme Court held that woman can be arrested by police at any time and even in absence of lady constable if the arresting officer records the proper reason for such arrest?
(a) State of Maharashtra v. Christian Community Welfare council of India, AIR 2004 SC 7
(b) R. D. Nayak v. State of Gujrat, AIR 2004 SC 23
(c) State of Uttar Pradesh v. LalitTandon, (2004) SC 23
(d) Kamalji Sing v. State of Punjub, AIR 2004 SC 69

5. X, a police officer, has a warrant of arrest for Y. He asks Z as to the identity of Y. Z knowingly tells X that M is Y and consequently X arrests M.
(a) Z is guilty of abetment by instigation
(b) Z is guilty of abetment by aiding
(c) Z is guilty of abetment by false representation
(d) Z is guilty of abetment any kind only of mischief

6. A person who is avoiding execution of a warrant may be proclaimed absconder under ____________ of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
(a) Section 81
(b) Section 83
(c) Section 82
(d) Section 84

7. A precise formulation of the specific accusation made against a person who is entitled to know its nature at the earliest stage, is called
(a) FIR
(b) Charge
(c) Charge sheet
(d) Police report

8. Which of the following sections of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 defines the term ‘cognizable offences’?
(a) Section 2(a)
(b) Section 2(b)
(c) Section 2(c)
(d) Section 2(d)

9. ‘All cognizable offences are non-bailable’. The statement is
(a) True
(b) False
(c) Partly Correct
(d) None of these

10. In a cognizable case, the arrest
(a) Is mandatory
(b) Depends on the discretion of police
(c) Depends on the discretion of court
(d) None of these

11. Which of the following sections of the Code of the Criminal Procedure, 1973 defines the term ‘complaint’?
(a) Section 2(a)
(b) Section 2(b)
(c) Section 2(c)
(d) Section 2(d)

12. A petition for maintenance under section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 is
(a) A complaint
(b) Not a complaint
(c) Protest petition
(d) None of these

13. In a warrant case instituted on a police report, the trial begins when the
(a) Accused appears
(b) Charge is framed
(c) Witnesses are examined
(d) None of these

14. If the offence was committed outside the limit of a police station, the officer-in-charge of the police station can transmit the FIR to the police station having such territorial jurisdiction. The statement is
(a) True
(b) False
(c) Partly correct
(d) None of these

15. In a cognizable case.
(a) All offences must be cognizable
(b) Most of the offences must be cognizable
(c) One of the offences must be cognizable
(d) None of these

16. ‘Warrant-case’ means a case relating to an offence punishable with death imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term exceeding………. Years.
(a) Two
(b) Three
(c) Four
(d) Five

17. Can an Advocate General for the State perform the functions of a Public Prosecutor?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Depends
(d) None of these

18. An additional Sessions Judge may pass
(a) Any sentence authorized by Law
(b) Any sentence except the death sentence
(c) Any sentence except the death sentence and life imprisonment
(d) None of these

19. What is the maximum sentence of imprisonment a chief judicial magistrate can pass?
(a) Seven years
(b) Ten years
(c) Five years
(d) None of these

20. An accused arrested can be kept in custody without producing him before the magistrate, after his arrest for a period of ……
(a) 12 hours
(b) 24 hours
(c) 48 hours
(d) 90 days

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