Kerala High Court: Custody in multiple spells for the same crime makes accused eligible for “default bail”
The Kerala High Court ruled that "default bail" can be claimed under Section 167 of the CrPC when the required period in judicial custody is satisfied over multiple spells, provided the custody is for the same alleged offence.
VSLLS’ Research Paper Writing Competition on Impact of COVID-19 on Law, Policy and Governance: Register by Nov 25
About the Institution Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) is founded on Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy of ‘Man Making, Character Building and Nation Building’. VIPS was...
About the Organisation The Debate and Discussion Committee is a task oriented student body, established in 2008 in Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University,...
Madras High Court Observes Unexplained Delay in Procedural Safeguards, Quashes Detention Through Writ Petition
A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a writ of Habeas Corpus. The petitioner P. Lakshmi, called for records of the...
Call for Papers
Call for Articles/Short Notes/Case Comments: NUALS Law Journal [15th Edition, Issue 1]: Submit by Feb 21
The Editorial Board of the NUALS Law Journal (ISSN Number 2319-8273) is inviting submissions for its 15th Edition. The Journal, being the flagship law...