Lawctopus Webinar on ‘Pre-Trial Concepts in Criminal Procedure: A Practical Approach’ [April 27, Monday, 5-6.30 PM]: Register Now

Lawctopus presents a webinar on ‘Pre-Trial Concepts in Criminal procedure: A Practical Approach’.

This webinar will be extremely useful for law students with an interest in criminal law, or criminal litigation, and for young lawyers who have just started out.

The webinar will cover some straight-from-the-trenches practical stuff:

  1. FIR and related concepts with reference to provisions and judgments,
  2. Role of the Magistrate in initiating a criminal case
  3. Cognizance by the Magistrate and related issues
  4. FIR case vis-a-vis complaints procedure
  5. Remedies to ensure proper investigation and role of the magistrate during the investigation
  6. Investigation, Further Investigation, and Re-investigation.
  7. Remedies before the High Court during the investigation and when to approach the High Court
  8. FIR and Second FIR, Complaints, and second complaints.
  9. Options before the magistrate at the time of submission of the final report
  10. Drafting a criminal complaint and the application/petition under 156(3) – practical inputs and how to use the IPC

Facilitator

abhinav sharma clcAbhinav Sharma is a first-generation lawyer and is currently practicing in Delhi and Punjab/Chandigarh. He is a 2016 law graduate from Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. He is also a graduate Engineer from National Institute of Technology.

He started his law practice with a Supreme Court Advocate in Delhi where he gained experience in different fields of law before starting his independent practice. He appears before the Hon’ble Supreme Court, High Courts and the Subordinate courts in both Delhi and Punjab.

 

 

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Details of the webinar:

  • Day, Date, and Time: April 27, Monday, 5 PM-6.30 PM
  • The webinar will be hosted on Zoom. We are taking all precautions suggested by the Govt. of India.
  • Participants will be on mute and can ask their questions via the Q and A section.

 

Update: April 28, 10.40 PM: Abhinav had shared a list of cases in this webinar. The same is below (might take a few seconds to upload and show).

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