Saturday, January 9, 2016


KSOU Question Paper
III Semester Three Year LL.B./ VII Semester 5 Year B.A., LL.B./B.B.A., LL.B.
Examination,  June/July  2015
Duration : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Instructions : a. Answer Question No. 9. and any five of the remaining.
b. Q. No. 9 carries 20 marks and the remaining carry 16 marks each.
c. Answers should be written completely either in English or Kannada.

Q. No. 1. Explain the powers and jurisdiction of different criminal courts
under the Code of Criminal Procedure. Marks : 16

Q. No. 2. Explain the powers of Appellate court and the procedure for hearing appeals. Marks : 16

Q. No. 3. “No person shall neglect or refuse to maintain his wife, children and parents”. Discuss. Marks : 16

Q. No. 4. State the provision of the Criminal Procedure Code relating to limitation for taking cognizance of offences and explain nature and scope of inherent powers. Marks : 16

Q. No. 5. What are the competent Authorities and Institutions for Juveniles under the Juvenile Justice (care and protection) Act ? Marks : 16

Q. No. 6. What is the procedure for compelling the appearance of any person before the criminal court ? Marks : 16

Q. No. 7. What is bail ? When bail may be granted and when bail may not be granted in non-bailable offences ? Discuss. Marks : 16

Q. No. 8. Write short note on any two of the following : Marks : 8+8=16
(a) Joinder of charges
(b) First Information Report
(c) Irregular proceeding

Q. No. 9. Solve any two of the following problems : Marks : 10+10=20

(a) A Telephonic message was received by an officer-in-charge of a police station reporting the commission of dacoity and requesting for help. The police officer immediately left the police station and rushed to the spot where he recorded detailed statement of the complainant about the occurrence
Will the statement be treated as first information report ? Decide.

(b) M is travelling from Mumbai to Bengaluru by train. During the night, his suitcase is stolen. The theft is discovered at Belagavi. B is caught with the stolen suitcase at Hubballi. Where can ‘B’ be tried for theft ? Decide.

(c) An accused  is arrested  in a bailable offence and he  is released on bail. During trial, he absconds and non-bailable warrant is issued against him. The police arrests him and produces him before the court. The defence counsel pleads for his release on bail under section 436(1), CrPC, which provides that a person accused of a bailable offence shall be released on bail. Whether court can release him on bail or not. Decide.

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