Law Joint’s Lecture Series on Criminal Trial with and Insight of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 [Dec 22-27, 4-6 PM]: Register Now!

Law Joint is organising a Lecture Series on Criminal Trial with and Insight of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 from 22nd to 27th December 2020.

About the Organization

Law Joint focuses on combining awareness of our students need and strong work ethics to deliver the best legal knowledge to the success of the students and their professional prospects.

About the Lecture Session

Date: 22nd to 27th December 2020

Time: 4 PM – 6 PM

Session 1

  • Understanding Crime
  • Registration of FIR
  • Understanding Charge Sheet

Session 2

  • Stages of Criminal Trial
  • Important aspects of Criminal Trial

Session 3

  • Basic Introduction to Indian Evidence Act with reference to Criminal Law
  • Important terms and definitions

Session 4

  • Admissions and Confessions
  • Proof of oral and documentary evidence

Session 5

  • Opinion of third persons and character when relevant
  • Scientific Evidence
  • Burden of Proof
  • Estoppel

Session 6

  • Cross-Examination of Witnesses
  • Leading Questions
  • Improper admission & Rejection of Evidence

To register for the Lecture Sessions on Criminal Trial with and Insight of Indian Evidence Act, 1872, click here.

About the Speakers

Chief Guest: Hon’ble Justice KG Balakrishnan, Former CJI

Guest of Honour: Mr. Vivek Narayan Sharma, Ex Jt. Secy. SCAROA

Lectures by: Mr. J.S. Kalra, Advocate Delhi High Court

Fee Details

  • Rs. 1000/-
  • Early bird at 25% Discount: Rs. 750/-

Note: E-Certificate will be provided, Physical Certificate on Demand

Courier Charges as applicable.

Payment Details

  • Paytm: 9873312051
  • G-pay: 9811417312
  • UPI: kaurs939@oksbi

Contact Details

Mobile Numbers: 8527322073 and 9873312051

E-mail ID: infolawjoint[at]gmail.com

Law Joint's Lecture Series on Criminal Trial with and Insight of Indian Evidence Act

 

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