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1. Which of the following statements in NOT true regarding the charge sheet made under the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973?

a. In case of offence of a rape of a child the charge sheet must be submitted within three months of the FIR

B. After submission of the charge sheet there cannot be any further investigation into the case by police

c. The right to be released on bail is lost once the charge-sheet is filed

d. Charge sheet against absconding accused can be filed even if the accused is not arrested

2. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 came into force on

a. 01.04.1973

B. 02.04.1973

c. 01.04.1974

d. 02.04.1974

3. Under the provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973classification of offences has given as cognizance and noncognizance offence-

a. under the section 2

B. under the first schedule

c. under the second schedule

d. under the third schedule

4. According to which section of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 definition of warrant has been given

a. Section 2(g)

B. Section 2(h)

c. Section 2(w)

d. Section 2(x)

5. Section 204 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deal with -

a. Examination of complainant

B. Examination of Accused

c. Issue of process

d. Cross Examination of Accused

6. Discharge of the accused under section 249 of the Code ofCriminal Procedure, 1973-

a. Is considered to be acquittal for the purpose of section 300 of CrPC

B. Is based on the merits of the case

c. Acts as a bar on filing second complaint

d. Need not be done in case the complainant dies

7. Section 202 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deal with -

a. Examination of complainant

B. Dismissal of complaint

c. Issue of process

d. Postponement of issue of process

8. Who amongst the following is not competent under section 92 of Cr PC to order the postal or telegraph authority to deliver the document(s)/thing:

a. District Magistrate

B. Judicial Magistrate

c. Metropolitan Magistrate

d. Special executive Magistrate

9. District Magistrate are under control and subordinate to

a. Sessions Court

B. Chief Judicial Magistrate

c. High Court

d. State Government

10. Section 19 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deal with provision relating to

a. Executive Magistrate

B. Special Executive Magistrate

c. Metropolitan Magistrate

d. Subordination of Metropolitan Magistrate

11. A declaration of forfeiture under section 95 of Cr PC can be set aside by:

a. Magistrate issuing the search warrant

B. Chief Judicial Magistrate/Chief Metropolitan Magistrate

c. Court of Sessions

d. High Court.

12. According to which section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 Assistant of Session Court may pass sentence

a. Session 28(1)

B. Session 28(2)

c. Session 28(3)

d. Session 28(4)

13. According to which section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 an arrest can be made by a private person also?

a. Session 41

B. Session 42

c. Session 43

d. Session 44

14. Joining of two or more independent and respectable inhabitants of the locality in which the place is to be searched is the mandate under:

a. section 100(1) of Cr PC.

B. section 100(2) of Cr PC

c. section 100(3) of Cr PC

d. section 100(4) of Cr PC.

15. Warrant of arrest shall be in such form as prescribed in

a. Form No.1 of the Second Schedule of the Code

B. Form No.2 of the Second Schedule of the Code

c. Form No.3 of the Second Schedule of the Code

d. Form No.4 of the Second Schedule of the Code

16. Section 67 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deal with provision relating to

a. Service of summon on witness by post

B. Proof of Service of summon

c. Service of summon on Government servant

d. Service of summon outside local limit

17. In a non-cognizable case, when a Magistrate orders the police to investigate, in that it will be at par with the cognizable offence case and the police will have all the powers in respect of investigation:

a. including the power to arrest without warrant

B. except the power to arrest without warrant

c. both are correct depending on the circumstances

d. Service of summon on witness by post

18. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 came into force on

a. 01.04.1973

B. 01.04.1974

c. 02.04.1973

d. 02.04.1974

19. Which of the following states that no appeal shall lie from any judgment or order of Criminal Court, unless otherwise provided?

a. Section 286 Cr. P.C.

B. Section 287 Cr. P.C.

c. Section 388 Cr. P.C.

d. Section 372 Cr. P.C.

20. Sections 39 & 40 of Cr PC make it mandatory to give information regarding commission of certain offences. Such information can be given to:

a. a Magistrate

B. a police officer

c. either to a Magistrate or to a police officer

d. the Magistrate & the police officer both simultaneously.

21. When the police register a case regarding commission ofa cognizable offence, the registration of the case is under:

a. section 154 of Cr PC

B. section 155 of Cr PC

c. section 156(3) of Cr PC

d. section 190 of Cr PC

22. Usually a copy of F.I.R. is filed with the Magistrate having jurisdiction to take cognizance, by the police officer in compliance to:

a. section 156 of Cr PC

B. section 159 of Cr PC

c. section 158 of Cr PC

d. section 157 of Cr PC.

23. According o Section 85 (3) of Code of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 a proclaimed person whose property has been attacted Can claim the property or sale proceeds on appearance:

a. within one years of attachment

B. within two years of attachment

c. within Three years of attachment

d. within six months of attachment

24. Where the FIR discloses, prima facie, commission of a cognizable offence, and there is a delay in sending the FIR to the Magistrate, under section 157 of Cr PC:

a. the investigation must go on

B. the Magistrate can order for stopping of investigation on account of delay in sending the FIR

c. the Magistrate can order for stopping of investigation irrespective of the delay in sending the FIR

d. the Magistrate can order for stopping of investigation generally.

25. The investigating police officer in a case has power to require attendance of a person acquainted with the facts and circumstances of the case, under:

a. section 158 of Cr PC

B. section 159 of Cr PC

c. section 160 of Cr PC

d. section 161 of Cr PC

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