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Chapter 47: Postverdict Proceedings

Chapter 47: Postverdict Proceedings. Immediate Sentencing. In the printed book, page numbers will change from those in this document; the substantive contents will not change.

book by Anthony G. Amsterdam. ISBN13: 9780831806132.

Statutes case-laws statement of the jurisdiction of the court statement of facts on behalf of the petitioner statement of pleadings pleadings on behalf of the petitioner prayer for relief evidence of witnesses on affidavit. Mishra S. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 with Probation of Offenders Act & Juvenile Justice ( Care & Protection of Children) Act, 16th ed. Central Law Publications, Allahabad, 2009 Prof.

This is not a mandatory stage of criminal proceedings, criminal cases do not always have to go through this stage.

9. Prosecutors and Defence Counsel should disclose to each other their respective draft Statement of Facts and Mitigation Plea, and they should inform the other party of any objection they may have to the matters stated therein, prior to the proceedings. Section 2 Plea bargaining 10.

Generally, the offences which are tried by the High Court in its original jurisdiction are the more serious offences such as murder, culpable homicide not amounting to murder, drug trafficking, arms offences, kidnapping, rape and carnal intercourse.

Obviously, both the prosecution and the defense want to choose jurors who they think are more likely to agree with their side of the argument.

Presentence investigation. Before sentencing, a probation officer conducts a presentence investigation. Second, allowing the introduction of victim statements runs the risk that judges and/or juries will impose sentences based on perceptions of the victim's worth rather than on the seriousness of the crime. The prosecutor then decides whether to retry the case.

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