How far it is legal to punish someone based on a previous FIR?
Someone is suspected for a crime. The prosecution totally fail to prove any evidence. The defendant is going to be released, then the victim's lawyer show a "First Information Report" that was withdraw by the claimers' at the middle of the investigation against this suspected person. And then the judge sentence him to the jail. What should have the right thing about this judgement?
by Randy Godwin 6 months ago
For many of us on the left, DT's putting a known anti-Mueller person in the AG's position is simply an attempt to quash the investigation into himself. Legal scholars are already saying the act is unconstitutional at best, and may be illegal at worst. Not to mention Whitaker's being involved in an...
by lamarkyoung4 7 years ago
We as christian are taught that we must live by what we learn in the bible. We must treat our trangressers as we have also trangressed against someone as well.Hebrews 5:8 Although He was a Son, He learned [active, special] obedience through what He suffered
by ngureco 5 years ago
Why Didn’t God Punish King David Himself after He Made Love and Impregnated Uriah’s Wife?2 Sa 11:1 to 2 Sa 12:23
by MeGunner 8 years ago
Two homosexual men were sentenced to 14 years imprisonment for 'unnatural acts'in Malawi. I agree homosexuality could be considered a sin to a 'certain' God, but illegal?
by Ashok Goyal 6 years ago
Is there any law to punish animals like Lion, Elephant and Bear injuring humans without provocation?Is there any law to punish animals like Lion, Elephant and Bear injuring humans without provocation? If human beings commit crimes there is law to punish them.
by Deborah-Lynn 9 years ago
You can't punish your faithful buy dissolving your alter ego's, so you had a blooper day...you already apologised, profusely, Pirate Girl does not want to die...I didn't read what you said to Cole or Brenda...but can't you just give them a "time-out" for lack of impulse control or...
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