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Efficacy Of Punishment In Early Stages And Medieval Period


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              In order to assess the adequacy of modern penal systems, it is necessary to probe into the origin and evolution of the system of punishment from the earliest time.
             
              Early Stages:
             
              In primitive societies, men shared with animals the emotion of resentment at injury. The sense of fear and ignorance led to barbarous method of treatment of offenders. The concept of law and order was not yet known.
Crime Essay History Essay 

The Vital Problem Of Death Penalty For Children


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              Introduction: The death penalty issue has always been one of the most important issues of the contemporary system of justice. Years ago the majority of the criminals were male over 20, but nowadays the situation has quite changed. Not only grown-ups but also by children who are under 18 years old nowadays commit murders and other terrible crimes. Ordinarily, a young criminal is not applied the sam
Death Penalty Essay Controversial Essay 

Group Therapy As A Treatment For Criminals


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              The greatest impact of psychological factors in the field of criminology can be evinced in what has been known as Group-therapy which the modem correctional institutions have adopted for the treatment of criminals. Experience has shown that isolated life of criminals in jails and prisons makes them psychologically more violent, revengeful and indifferent towards society.
             
              The isolated, dull and
Crime Essay 

Safeguards Against Possibility Of Miscarriage Of Justice Due To Irrevocability Of Capital Punishment


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              Essay on Safeguards against possibility of Miscarriage of Justice due to irrevocability of Capital Punishment.
             
              The safeguards provided under the law to eliminate any possibility of erroneous judgment regarding award of death sentence which may briefly be stated as follows:-
             
              Firstly, death penalty is awarded very sparingly only in cases of murder and offences against the State;
             
              Secondly, i
Death Penalty Essay 

The Special Juvenile Police Units In India


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              It cannot be denied that the first contact of the delinquent juvenile is always with the police. Every juvenile offender has to be taken to police station for however short the period may be, before he is sent to Observation Home or Children's Home. Thus, other welfare agencies come into picture at a later stage only.
             
              The cooperation of these agencies in dealing with juvenile offenders is no do
India Essay 

Control Over Criminal Law Courts


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              Despite best efforts on the part of judicial officers, the possibility of erroneous decisions cannot be ruled out due to human element playing dominant role in judicial pronouncements. This is evident from the reversal of decisions in appeal resulting in acquittal or conviction of the accused person.
             
              It is therefore, necessary that some kind of control over courts is necessary to eliminate the
Law Essay Crime Essay 

The Most Important Theories Of Punishment


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              To punish criminals is a recognized function of all civilized States for centuries. But with the changing patterns of modem societies, the approach of penologists towards punishment has also undergone a radical change. The penologists today are concerned with crucial problem as to the end of punishment and its place in penal policy.
             
              Though opinions have always differed as regards punishment of
Crime Essay 

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              Dr. Jerome Hall has rightly pointed out that according to the legal and political theory, the rights and duties of the police to inflict punishment are sharply limited. But since their job is to pick up criminals from society for prosecution, they play a vital role in bringing the offenders to justice. It is generally believed that police are obliged by the nature of their duties to use violence a
India Essay Crime Essay 

History Of Criminal Laws In India


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              The Criminal law in India has passed through three main periods the Hindu Criminal Law, the Muslim Criminal Law and the English Criminal Law.
             
              (1) Hindu Criminal Law:
             
              Mayne in his well known treatise on criminal law has in strong words recognized the greatness and soundness of the Hindu System of Criminal Law. The known history of India starts after the settlement of Aryans in this country.
             
Crime Essay India Essay 

Essay On The Doctrine Of Relation Under The Hindu Adoptions And Maintenance Act


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              The idea underlying adoption is that the adopted child should be considered as a child born in the adopted family, and not in the family in which the child was actually born. The result of this theory is that, for all purposes -social, religious or legal- the adopted child is to enjoy all the rights which it would enjoy if actually born in the adoptive family.
             
              The ground on which an adopted son
Family Essay India Essay 

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