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Mar 25 1996 (HC)

Shri Ramesh @ Waghari Ramesh and ors. Vs. Shri Satish Sahney, Commissi ...

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1997(1)BomCR52; 1997BomCR(Cri)95

..... the petitioner and his associates have been moving openly in the areas with arms like choppers, revolvers, swords, knives etc. they are indulging in committing offences like extortion, assault, abduction, robbery, criminal intimidation, molestation of women etc. in particular, the grounds of detention show certain specified acts against the detenu.it is alleged that on 16th january, 1995, the petitioner and his ..... question because of his prejudicial and terrorist activities as detailed in the grounds of detention. it is alleged in the grounds of detention that the petitioner and his henchmen are criminals indulging in terrorist activities and have become potential danger to the safety of peace loving and law abiding citizens of the areas and localities of prabhat colony, seva nagar, chakki .....

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1990

Blystone Vs. Pennsylvania

Court : US Supreme Court

..... a feeling of power, self-confidence. . . ." id. at 489-490, 549 a.2d at 100. petitioner was charged and convicted of first-degree murder, robbery, criminal conspiracy to commit homicide, and criminal conspiracy to commit robbery. the same jury that convicted petitioner found as an aggravating circumstance that petitioner "committed a killing while in the perpetration of a felony." 42 pa.cons ..... prosecution witness to a murder or other felony committed by the defendant and was killed for the purpose of preventing his testimony against the defendant in any grand jury or criminal proceeding involving such offenses." "(6) the defendant committed the killing while in the perpetration of a felony." "(7) in the commission of the offense the defendant knowingly created ..... character. even if the offense was first-degree murder, whether the defendant was the primary force in that incident, or a nontriggerman . . . , may be relevant to both his criminal record and his character. yet under the mandatory statute, all predicate life-term offenses are given the same weight." id. at 483 u. s. 81 (footnote omitted). the majority dismisses ..... a prison inmate convicted of murder while serving a life sentence without possibility of parole violated the eighth and fourteenth amendments. although noting that "[p]ast convictions of other criminal offenses can be considered as a valid aggravating factor in determining whether a defendant deserves to be sentenced to death for a later murder," id. at 483 u. s .....

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Jun 30 1995 (HC)

Smt. Satmabegum Mohammed Razak Khan Vs. Shri Satish Sahney and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 1996(1)BomCR166; (1995)97BOMLR745

..... moving about armed with deadly weapons such as knives etc. and they do not hesitate to use the same while committing offences such as extortions, robbery, criminal intimidation etc.3. the grounds further recite that shri shahalam abdulla qureshi, a resident of chowkie moholla, building no. 83 is a proprietor of ..... general character. in general terms, it refers to the alleged behind-the-scene activities of the petitioner and alludes to her alleged indulgence in criminal and communal activities and on that basis records the requisite satisfaction. there is reference in the said ground to the statements of two persons ..... of electricity. in golam hussain v. commissioner of police, calcutta, : 1974crilj938 , it was held that the credible chain between the grounds of criminal activity alleged by the detaining authority and the purpose of detention is snapped if there is too long and unexplained an interval between the offending acts ..... created terror in the minds of peace loving and law abiding citizens. they have been indulging in offences of extroation, robbery and criminal intimidation at the point of knife and other deadly weapons. it was further found that witnesses were unwilling to come ..... by resorting to illegal ways and means whereby he has become a potential danger to the society at large. he being weapon welding and dangerous criminal has created terror in the minds of peace loving and law abiding citizens residing in the area and localities following in the jurisdiction of j .....

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Apr 09 2002 (HC)

Shri Sonu Upadhayay Vs. the State (Nct) of Delhi, Etc.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 2002IVAD(Delhi)822; 2002CriLJ4187; 98(2002)DLT88

..... years. no other ground was canvassed before us.4. respondents have justified the order in their reply. their stand is that petitioner was involved in 16 cases of robbery, obstructing government servants in discharging their duties, attempt to murder, theft, dacoity and robbery, criminal intimidation, grievous hurt, etc. he was externed on the basis of sufficient material which proved his ..... criminal activity and propensity. he was consequently found to be a criminal of desperate nature and his presence was considered hazardous to the society and witnesses had also refused to come forward ..... his fences and changed the track after losing his home and hearth. it is also likely that other circumstances and conditions might have changed meanwhile putting an end to his criminal propensity. no harm or prejudice would be caused to respondents if he was afforded an opportunity to seek review of his case. he is, thereforee, allowed to make ..... to vitiate the order or to render it invalid.11. on the second issue, less said the better. even if it was assumed that petitioner had not committed any criminal activity during the period when proceedings were pending against him, it would not constitute a ground or circumstance for recalling or quashing the externment order. nor could his acquittal .....

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Jan 25 2001 (HC)

Shri Vinod Vithal Rane Vs. Shri R.H. Mendonca and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2001BomCR(Cri)537; (2001)2BOMLR307; 2001(2)MhLj437

..... were moving armed with deadly weapons such as chopper, knife and sword and did not hesitate to use the same while committing offences such as rioting, assault, extortion, robbery, criminal intimation and threatening the peace-loving citizens of the aforesaid areas. the grounds of detention specifically mention that the even tempo of life of the citizens in the above areas ..... authority before recording subjective satisfaction that the normal law of land has become ineffective or inadequate has failed to explore the possibility of invoking the provisions of either the criminal procedure code or section 56 of the bombay police act. we have no hesitation in concluding that the act 55 of 1981 is a special enactment intended to deal with ..... the apex court in the aforesaid decisions, as well as by this court, which has been reproduced above, is that the law relating to preventive action under the criminal procedure code is not coextensive or alternative to the preventive detention. there is no material distinction between the provisions of the maintenance of security act, which the apex court considered in ..... submission, the learned counsel for the petitioners have placed reliance on the legislative history to contend that the law relating to the preventive action under section 151 of the criminal procedure code as well as section 56(bb) of the bombay police act was specifically brought into existence by the maharashtra prevention of communal, anti-social and other dangerous activities act .....

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Mar 03 2003 (HC)

Paras S/O Ramprasad Sahu Vs. State of Maharashtra and anr.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2003(3)MhLj24

..... been registered against him at police station, wardha city and the petitioner has been continuously engaging himself in commission of violent and desperate acts such as house trespass, hurt, mischief, robbery, criminal intimidation etc. on the point of dreadful weapons and his involvement in police station, wardha city in crime no. 78 of 2002 for the offences under sections 452, 323, 427 .....

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May 09 1980 (SC)

Bachan Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1982)3SCC24; [1983]1SCR145a

..... penalty is a reason why all possible measures should be taken against injustice-not for its abolition. now a days, with the advent of armed criminals and the substantial increase in armed robberies, criminals of long standing if arrested, must expect long sentences. however, if they run no risk of hanging, when found guilty of murder, they will ..... of conviction tor a capital felony, (or the offence of murder was committed by a person who has a substantial history of serious assaultive criminal convictions).(2) the offence of murder, rape, armed robbery, or kidnapping was committed while the offender was engaged in the commission of another capital felony, or aggravated battery, or the offence of ..... experts. the general assembly also requested the secretary general to present a report on new developments through the economic and social council. norval morris, an american professor of criminal law and criminology, accordingly prepared a report, entitled 'capital punishment; developments 1961-1965' and amongst other things, this report pointed out that there was a steady movement ..... conditional probability of conviction given apprehension, the severity of alternative punishments for murder, the distribution of income, the probability of unemployment, and other indicators of differential gains from criminal activities occurring jointly with murder. since, as i shall argue later, some of these variables are expected to be highly correlated with the conditional probability of execution given .....

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May 04 1979 (SC)

Bachan Singh S/O Saudagar Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1982)3SCC24; 19831SCR145;

..... penalty is a reason why all possible measures should be taken against injustice-not for its abolition. now a days, with the advent of armed criminals and the substantial increase in armed robberies, criminals of long standing if arrested, must expect long sentences. however, if they run no risk of hanging, when found guilty of murder, they will ..... of conviction tor a capital felony, (or the offence of murder was committed by a person who has a substantial history of serious assaultive criminal convictions).(2) the offence of murder, rape, armed robbery, or kidnapping was committed while the offender was engaged in the commission of another capital felony, or aggravated battery, or the offence of ..... experts. the general assembly also requested the secretary general to present a report on new developments through the economic and social council. norval morris, an american professor of criminal law and criminology, accordingly prepared a report, entitled "capital punishment; developments 1961-1965" and amongst other things, this report pointed out that there was a steady movement ..... conditional probability of conviction given apprehension, the severity of alternative punishments for murder, the distribution of income, the probability of unemployment, and other indicators of differential gains from criminal activities occurring jointly with murder. since, as i shall argue later, some of these variables are expected to be highly correlated with the conditional probability of execution given .....

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Feb 11 1974 (SC)

Ediga Anamma Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1974SC799; 1974CriLJ683; (1974)4SCC443; [1974]3SCR329

..... character of the death penalty is a reason why all possible measures should be taken against injustice not for its abolition. nowadays, with the advent of armed criminals and the substantial increase in armed robberies, criminals of long standing if arrested, must expect long sentences. however, if they run no risk of hanging, when found guilty of murder, they will kill ..... to the extent possible, abandoning retributive ruthlessness, amending the deterrent creed and accenting the trend against the extreme and irrevocable penalty of putting out life.27. here, the criminal's social and personal factors are less harsh, her feminity and youth, her unbalanced sex and expulsion from the conjugal home and being the mother of a young boy ..... the social and personal data of the culprit to the extent required in the verdict on sentence. however, in the criminal procedure code, 1973, about to come into force, parliament has wisely written into the law a post-conviction stage when the judges shall 'hear the accused on the question of ..... the punitive dilemma begins. the choice between death penalty and life term has to be made in a situation which is not altogether satisfactory. modern penology regards crime and criminal as equally material when the right sentence has to be picked out, although in our processual system there is neither comprehensive provision nor adequate machinery for collection and presentation of .....

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Dec 09 1991 (HC)

Satinder Pal Singh Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 46(1992)DLT168; 1991(1)DRJ(Suppl)267

..... an active bad character of the area of police station karol bagh who indulged in the acts of violence, attempt to murder, criminal intmidation, robbery, theft, riots and offences punishable under the aims act. he was involved in the following criminal casts in the area of union territory of delhi. ___________________________________________________________________________ year si. fir no. & p.s. dated under sec. result ___________________________________________________________________________ 1986 ..... not available even on conducting of raids hours and he was not found present at his residence. traps were laid in the courts where the petitioner was to appear in criminal cases pending against him but he was absconding from the courts as will. it was also contended by the learned counsel fur the respondents that the petitioner remained in judicial .....

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