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Aug 23 2002 (HC)

Ashish Kumar Vs. Superintendent of Police, (Railways)

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2002(4)AWC3231

..... and complicity of the constables. petitioner and his colleague shailendra singh failed to maintain safety and security of passengers in running trains and instead of taking preventive measures to arrest criminals, petitioner instigated them to commit crimes and that appropriate action may be taken against him. on the aforesaid report, superintendent of police, railways, agra, was prima ..... petitioner. in my opinion, there was sufficient material on record to support the fact that the petitioner was actively involved in forming a gang and harbouring the criminals for committing crimes in trains on which he was assigned duty ; that it was not possible to procure direct evidence against his complicity and that in the prevailing ..... for not holding enquiry, was not sufficient. virendra singh withdrew his earlier affidavit, making complaint against petitioner. there was no material on record to connect petitioner with criminals. the affidavit against petitioner was obtained while virendra singh was in police custody. it is further submitted that the other constable shailendra singh, facing same allegations, was transferred ..... kumar petitioner was called before all the police personnel. he admitted the complicity before all of them and stated that constable shailendra singh had introduced him to the criminals. the report mentions that repeated crimes were being committed in trains by lifting suit-case after offering poisonous substance to the passengers. these crimes were committed with .....

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Aug 23 2002 (HC)

Constable 5814 Ashish Kumar Vs. Superintendent of Police (Railways)

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : (2002)3UPLBEC2765

..... and complicity of the constables. petitioner and his colleague shailendra singh failed to maintain safety and security of passengers in running trains and instead of taking preventive measures to arrest criminals, petitioner instigated them to commit crimes and that appropriate action may be taken against him. on the aforesaid report. superintendent of police, railways, agra was prima ..... petitioner. in my opinion, there was sufficient material on record to support the fact that the petitioner was actively involved in forming a gang and harbouring the criminals for committing crimes in trains on which he was assigned duty; that it was not possible to procure direct evidence against his complicity and that in the prevailing ..... satisfaction for not holding enquiry, was not sufficient. virendra singh withdrew his earlier affidavit, making complaint against petitioner. there was no material on record to connect petitioner with criminals. the affidavit against petitioner was obtained while virendra singh was in police custody. it is. further submitted that the other constable shailendra singh, facing same allegations, was ..... kumar petitioner was called before all the police personnel. he admitted the complicity before all of them and stated that constable shailendra singh had introduced him to the criminals. the report mentions that repeated crimes were being committed in trains by lifting suit-case after offering poisonous substance to the passengers. these crimes were committed with .....

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Jun 25 2012 (FN)

Arizona Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

..... a practical matter. but even assuming that the express statutory grant of discretion in 1226(a) somehow indicates a congressional desire to pre-empt unilateral state and local authority to arrest criminal aliens covered by that provision, 6 is not pre-empted on its face given its substantial overlap with 1226(c)(1). it bears emphasizing that 6 does not mandate the ..... pre-empt that authority in this particular case. neither the united states nor the court goes so far as to say that state and local officers have no power to arrest criminal aliens based on their removability. to do so would fly in the face of 8 u. s. c. 1357(g)(10). under 1357(g)(1) (9), the federal government may ..... enforcement authority to state and local officers in the event of an actual or imminent mass in- flux of aliens arriving off the coast ); 1252c(a) (provid- ing authority to arrest criminal aliens who had illegally reentered the country but only after consultation with the federal government); 1324(c) (providing authority to make ..... but to take the alien into custody. state and local officers do not frus- trate the removal process by arresting criminal aliens. the executive retains complete discretion over whether those aliens are ultimately removed. and once the fed- eral government makes a determination that a particular criminal alien will not be removed, then arizona officers are presumably no longer authorized under 6 to .....

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Jun 10 1999 (FN)

Chicago Vs. Morales

Court : US Supreme Court

..... (3) (1994). 8 see also ind. code 36-8-3-10(a) (1993) ("the police department shall, within the city: (1) preserve peace; (2) prevent offenses; (3) detect and arrest criminals; (4) suppress riots, mobs, and insurrections; (5) disperse unlawful and dangerous assemblages and assemblages that obstruct the free passage of public streets, sidewalks, parks, and places ... "); okla. stat., tit. ..... the council stated that gang members "'establish control over identifiable areas ... by loitering in those areas and intimidating others from entering those areas; and ... [m]embers of criminal street gangs avoid arrest by committing no offense punishable under existing laws when they know the police are present .... '" ibid. it further found that "'loitering in public places by 1 the findings ..... and fire hearing on the ordinance, testified that, of the kinds of behavior people had discussed at the hearing, "90 percent of those instances are actually criminal offenses where people, in fact, can be arrested." record, appendix ii to plaintiff's memorandum in opposition to motion to dismiss 182 (tr. of proceedings, chicago city council committee on police and fire, ..... they move? if each loiterer walks around the block and they meet again at the same location, are they subject to arrest or merely to being ordered to disperse again? as we do here, we have found vagueness in a criminal statute exacerbated by the use of the standards of "neighborhood" and "locality." connally v. general constr. co., 269 u. .....

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Mar 28 2014 (SC)

Dr. Subramanian Swamy and ors. Vs. Raju Thr.Member Juvenile Justice Br ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... guardian that the details of his alleged offence and his social background have been submitted to the board (rule 11(9)). arrest criminal justice system: arrest of accused persons is regulated under chapter v of the crpc. the police are empowered to arrest a person who has been accused of a cognizable offence if the crime was committed in an officer s presence or the ..... juvenile. the provisions of sections 82 and 83 of the indian penal code have been placed to contend that while a child below 7 cannot be held to be criminally liable, the criminality of those between 7 and 12 years has to be judged by the level of their mental maturity. the same principle would apply to all children beyond 12 and ..... 18 years. the preamble expressly states that the act was enacted pursuant to canada s obligations under the crc. the preamble also declares that canadian society should have a youth criminal justice system that commands respect, takes into account the interests of victims, fosters responsibility and ensures accountability through meaningful consequences and effective rehabilitation and reintegration, and that reserves its most ..... police officer possesses a reasonable suspicion that the crime was committed by the accused. further, arrest may be necessary to prevent such person from committing .....

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Mar 18 1997 (FN)

Mcmillian Vs. Monroe County

Court : US Supreme Court

..... policy within the geographic confines of their counties. under alabama law, "[i]t shall be the duty of sheriffs in their respective counties ... to ferret out crime, to apprehend and arrest criminals and ... to secure evidence of crimes." ala. code 36-22-3(4) (1991) (emphasis added); see also ala. code 15-6-1 (1995) ("the sheriff is the principal ..... within his county"). this historical sketch indicates that the common law itself envisioned the possibility that state law enforcement "policies" might vary locally, as particular sheriffs adopted varying practices for arresting criminals or securing evidence.9 8 see w. murfree, a treatise on the law of sheriffs and other ministerial officers 6 (1890) (sheriffs elected by county voters in all states ..... actions. third and most importantly, "[i]t shall be the duty of sheriffs in their respective counties, by themselves or deputies, to ferret out crime, to apprehend and arrest criminals and, insofar as within their power, to secure evidence of crimes in their counties and to present a report of the evidence so secured to the district attorney or assistant ..... some states and county officials in others. the common law itself envisioned the possibility that state law enforcement "policies" might vary locally, as particular sheriffs adopted varying practices for arresting criminals or securing evidence. and the nation's federal nature allows the states wide authority to set up their state and local governments as they wish. petitioner's and his .....

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Mar 14 1972 (SC)

Sri Baidya Nath Chunakar Vs. State of West Bengal

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1972SC1198; (1972)2SCC473; 1972(4)LC844(SC)

..... their normal avocations of life.the petitioner's case is that he was not guilty of any of the above acts which were attributed to him and that after the arrest criminal cases were started against him when the judicial magistrate, durgapur ordered him to be released on bail as there was no prima facia evidence to contact him with the acts ..... submitted a report to the central government in accordance with the provisions contained in sub-section (5) of section 3 of the act. the petitioner made a representation against his arrest on the 3rd may, 1971. on the 4th may, 1971 the state government placed the case of the petitioner before the advisory board under section 10 of the act. it ..... by sub-section (1) read with sub-section (3) of section 3 of the west bengal (prevention of violent activities) act, 1970. the petitioner was arrested on the 6th april 1971 when he was served with grounds for detention. the district magistrate had reported about the passing of the detention order together with grounds of detention ..... g.k. mitter j.1. the petitioner before us challenges the order of detention by which he was put under arrest under article 32 of the constitution.2. the said order was passed against the petitioner by the district magistrate, burdwan on the 3rd april, 1971 in exercise of powers conferred .....

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Sep 28 1981 (HC)

Mazahar Ali and ors. Vs. the State

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Reported in : 1982CriLJ1223

..... of bail. it is argued that in case bail is refused to the petitioners, it would demoralise the police force and the police would be reluctant to arrest criminals in future. mr. goni has placed strong reliance on : 1978crilj502 to urge that it is a fit case where the petitioners should be enlarged on bail. ..... of this judgment that his lordship opined (para 1):bail or jail' at the pretrial or post conviction stage belongs to the blurred area of the criminal justice system and largely hinges on the hunch of the bench, otherwise called judicial discretion.10. his lordship considered some relevant criteria for granting and refusing ..... the petitioner no. i tampered with the prosecution evidence and tried to fabricate and create false evidence and false clues with a view to justify the arrest of inderjit on the date when he died in police custody and to exonerate himself of the charge. it is a serious matter and cannot be ..... at the police station at 4.30 p. m. record was also allegedly fabricated by him to show that the case in which inderjit had been arrested was the one under section 307 rpc in addition to section 4/27 indian arms act. according to the prosecution allegations, the record of the police ..... the offence of inderjit look graver another offence under section 307, rpc was added to the said case, thus, making it appear that inderjit deceased was arrested in a case under section 307 rpc and 4/27 indian arms act. apart from this tampering with the record, it is also alleged by the .....

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Jun 24 2010 (FN)

Free Enterprise Fund Vs. Public Company Accounting Oversight Bd.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... anyone who holds a continuing position and who is invested by legal authority with a portion of the sovereign powers of the federal government, including, inter alia, the power to arrest criminals, seize persons or property, issue regulations, issue authoritative legal opinions, conduc[t] civil litigation, collec[t] revenue, represent the united states to foreign nations, command military force, or enter into ..... coordinate the executive branch. see part ii a, supra . indeed, given morrison, where the court upheld a restriction that significantly interfered with the president s important historic power to control criminal prosecutions, a purely executive function, 487 u. s., at 687 689, the constitutionality of the present restriction would seem to follow a fortiori. second, as previously pointed out, this court .....

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Jul 23 1936 (PC)

Emperor Vs. Keshavlal Harilal

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : AIR1937Bom56; (1936)38BOMLR971; 166Ind.Cas.632

..... the learned counsel for the applicant says that in the absence of such an order, which is required by section 56 of the criminal procedure code, the attempt to arrest was not legal, and the applicant was justified in obstructing the constables. the view taken by the lower courts is that the constables ..... class magistrate of dhandhuka of the offence under section 353 of the indian penal code, in that he assaulted and used criminal force to certain police constables whilst they were arresting in the discharge of their duty a cartman, who was charged with driving his cart in a rash and negligent manner ..... is argued that inasmuch as the police constables were acting under the authority of the order of their superior officer under section 56 of the criminal procedure code, their act in apprehending or seizing the cartman,-whether he was directly responsible for the alleged rash act or not,-was illegal, there being ..... abuse of the powers of the police, or to allow the person arrested to know the reason for his arrest and the office of the person arresting him.the provisions of section 54 are limited by those of section 56 of the criminal procedure code.9. this is a decision of a single judge, and with ..... that the provisions of section 54 were limited by those of section 56 of the criminal procedure code. in that case the investigating officer had given verbal orders to the arresting constable, and not an order in writing, to arrest a person, who was wanted on a report of theft made against him. the .....

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