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A First Class Magistrate must first be authorised by the respective High Court to that effect before he may try cases summarily under this Section. The offences that may be tried summarily under this Section are: Offences not punishable with death , life imprisonment , or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years.
Insult with an intent to provoke a breach of peace under Section and criminal intimidation under Section of the penal code. Abetting of any of the above-mentioned offences. Attempt to commit any of the above-mentioned offences.
Offences with respect to which complaints may be made under Section 20 of Cattle Trespass Act, Apart from the above, a Second Class Magistrate may, if so empowered by the High Court, summarily try an offence punishable with fine or with imprisonment not exceeding six months or the abettment or attempt to commit such an offence.
As per section 2 no sentence of imprisonment for a term exceeding three months shall be passed in the case of any conviction under this chapter A summary trial tried by a magistrate without being empowered to do so is void.
The procedure for a summoncase is to be followed, subject to special provisions made in this behalf.
The maximum sentence that may be awarded by way of a summary trial is three months with or without fine. The Magistrate may give up the summary trial in favour of the regular trial if he finds it undesirable to try the case summarily. The judgement is to be delivered in abridged form.
Judgment[ edit ] Judgment is the final reasoned decision of the Court as to the guilt or innocence of the accused. Where the accused is found guilty, the judgment must also contain an order requiring the accused to undergo punishment or treatment. Every court must deliver the judgement in the language of that court as determined by the State Government.
It must contain the points that lead to the determination of guilt or innocence. It usually commences with facts and must indicate careful analysis of evidence. It must also specify the offence under the penal code or such other specific law as well as the punishment sentenced.
If acquitted the offence of which the accused is so acquitted must be specified along with a direction that the accused be set at liberty. Judgments in abridged form[ edit ] According to Section of the Code, a Metropolitan Magistrate may deliver judgments in abridged form and should contain: Serial number of the case Date of commission of the offence Name of the complainant if any Name of the accused person, his parentage and residence Offence complained of or proved, as the case may be Plea of the accused and his examination if any Final order Date of the order In cases where appeal lies from the final order, a brief statement of reasons for the decision.
Compensation and costs[ edit ] The functions of a civil court may be performed by a criminal court by virtue of Section , and This has been done to provide just, speedy and less expensive redress to the victim. Such fine may, wholly or in part, be used for the purpose of compensating the victim as per the amendment of Seizure or attachment of property 1 Where any officer conducting an inquiry or investigation under section D has a reason to believe that any property in relation to which such inquiry or investigation is being conducted is likely to be concealed, transferred or dealt with in any manner which will result in disposal of such property, he may make an order for seizing such property and where it is not practicable to seize such property, he may make an order of attachment directing that such property shall not be transferred or otherwise dealt with, except with the prior permission of the officer making such order, and a copy of such order shall be served on the person concerned.
Management of properties seized or forfeited under this Chapter 1 The Court may appoint the District Magistrate of the area where the property is situated, or any other officer that may be nominated by the District Magistrate, to perform the functions of an Administrator of such property.
Section G. Notice of forfeiture of property 1 If as a result of the inquiry, investigation or survey under section D, the Court has reason to believe that all or any of such properties are proceeds of crime, it may serve a notice upon such person hereinafter referred to as the person affected calling upon him within a period of thirty days specified in the notice to indicate the source of income, earning or assets, out of which or by means of which he has acquired such property, the evidence on which he relies and other relevant information and particulars, and to show cause why all or any of such properties, as the case may be, should not be declared to be proceeds of crime and forfeited to the Central Government.
Forfeiture of property in certain cases 1 The Court may, after considering the explanation, if any, to the show-cause notice issued under section G and the material available before it and after giving to the person affected and in a case where the person affected holds any property specified in the notice through any other person, to such other person also a reasonable opportunity of being heard, by order, record a finding whether all or any of the properties in question are proceeds of crime: Provided that if the person affected and in a case where the person affected holds any property specified in the notice through any other person such other person also does not appear before the Court or represent his case before it within a period of thirty days specified in the show-cause notice, the Court may proceed to record a finding under this sub-section ex parte on the basis of evidence available before it.
Section I. Fine in lieu of forfeiture 1 Where the Court makes a declaration that any property stands forfeited to the Central Government under section H and it is a case where the source of only a part of such property has not been proved to the satisfaction of the Court, it shall make an order giving an option to the person affected to pay, in lieu of forfeiture, a fine equal to the market value of such part. Section J.
Section K. Procedure in respect of letter of request Every letter of request, summons or warrant, received by the Central Government from, and every letter of request, summons or warrant, to be transmitted to a contracting State under this Chapter shall be transmitted to a contracting State or, as the case may be, sent to the concerned Court in India in such form and in such manner as the Central Government may, by notification, specify in this behalf.
Section L. Application of this Chapter The Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, direct that the application of this Chapter in relation to a contracting State with which reciprocal arrangements have been made, shall be subject to such conditions, exceptions or qualifications as are specified in the said notification. December 16, Power to order inquiry On examining any record under section or otherwise, the High Court or the Sessions Judge may direct the Chief Judicial Magistrate by himself or by any of the Magistrates subordinate to him to make, and the Chief Judicial Magistrate may himself make or direct any subordinate Magistrate to make, further inquiry into any complaint which has been dismissed under section of Sub-Section 4 of section or into the case of any person accused of an offence who has been discharged: Provided that no Court shall make any direction under this section for inquiry into the case of any person who has been discharged unless such person has had an opportunity of showing cause why such direction should not be made.
December 16, Calling for records to exercise powers of revision The High Court or any Sessions Judge may call for and examine the record of any proceeding before any inferior Criminal Court situate within its or his local jurisdiction for the purpose of satisfying itself or himself as to the correctness, legality or propriety of any finding.
Sentence or order, recorded or passed, and as to the regularity of any proceedings of such inferior Court, and may, when calling for such record, direct that the execution of any sentence or order be suspended, and if the accused is in confinement, that he be released on bail or on his own bond pending the examination of the record. Explanation — All Magistrates, whether Executive or Judicial, and whether exercising original or appellate jurisdiction, shall be deemed to be inferior to the Sessions Judge for the purposes of this Sub-Section and of section The powers of revision conferred by Sub-Section 1 shall not be exercised in relation to any interlocutory order passed in any appeal, inquiry, trial or other proceeding.