Path Breaking Judgments On Indian Police (Summaries)

This is a compilation of Path Breaking Judgments On Indian Police, from the Bureau Of Police Research And Development ( It is fairly comprehensive and the same set of judgments are hosted by the AP CID. I only wish they made more of an effort on presenting the document. There are blank pages in between and some of the names of the petitioners and respondents are spelled incorrectly. I tried to clean up as much as I could.

Here is the documents: Path Breaking Judgments On Indian Police

You can find all or most of the judgments quoted above at the site hosted by

Here is the link: PWTN.ORG



2 Responses to “Path Breaking Judgments On Indian Police (Summaries)”

  1. 1 JAYENDRA SHAH January 27, 2008 at 5:05 pm

    I am much pleased to get the treasure like this of hard work at a time by competent and qualified unknown friend.

    I am Lawyer and can fully apprciate the hard labor you did put in.

    I will be glad to provide such data on Crimnal jurisdiciton.

    I do not know how to put this on even blog.

    I can be in touch with u thru email.

    UL 11 ANISHA
    AHMEDBA D380 007


  2. 2 JAWED January 29, 2008 at 9:43 am

    i m the victim of 498a as a elder brother. what type of held u can provide me. please give me ur mobile or phone number i will contact u.



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