civics - judiciary

Class 8 - Civics

Judiciary

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What is a FIR?
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FIR stands for First Information Report. The police havetofilea FIRwhenever a person gives information about a known offence. This information can be given to the police either orally or in writing. A FIR is necessary for the police to begin their investigations into a crime. The FIR should mention the date, time and place of the offence details about the offence including a description of the events. The FIR should also state the name and address of the complainant. There is a prescribed form in which the police register an FIR and it is signed by the complainant. The complainant also has a legal right to get a free copy of the FIR from the police.

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Judiciary - Questions
1. What are the guidelines that the police have to follow during investigation?
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2. What do you understand by the word 'law'?
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3. What are the procedures that have to be followed if the criminal trial has to be a Fair Trial?
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4. If they do not like the Supreme Court verdict, the accused can go back again to the Trial Court.
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5. Define the term 'Criminal Justice System'.
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6. Why is the Prosecutor called a Public Prosecutor?
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7. Write a brief note on the independence of the judiciary.
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8. What is the role of the judge in the Criminal Justice System?
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9. What is the role of the police in the Criminal Justice System?
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10. What is the structure of the judicial system of India?
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11. Who is a Prosecutor?
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12. What does judiciary mean?
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13. What is "Public interest Litigation"?
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14. Mention the branches of the Legal system.
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15. What is a FIR?
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16. What is the'appellate system'?
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17. Write a brief note on the criminal procedure in the Criminal Justice System in India.
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18. Re-read excerpts from the judgment on the Olga Tellis vs Bombay Municipal Corporation case. Now write in your own words what the judges meant when they said that the Right to Livelihood was part of the Right to Life.
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19. In the following illustration, fill in each tier with the judgments given by the various courts in the Sudha Goel case. Check your responses with others in class.
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20. How is the work of the judiciary categorised?
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21. You read that one of the main functions of the judiciary is 'upholding the law and Enforcing Fundamental Rights’. Why do you think an independent judiciary is necessary to carry out this important function?
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22. Re-read the list of Fundamental Rights provided in Chapter 1. How do you think the Right to Constitutional Remedies connects to the idea of judicial review?
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23. Why do you think the introduction of Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the 1980s is a significant step in ensuring access to justice for all?
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24. What are D.K. Basu Guidelines?
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