Police Interrogation & The Role Of Judiciary

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2 Responses to “Police Interrogation & The Role Of Judiciary”

  1. 1 Satya Jayte February 14, 2008 at 10:23 am

    Dear Sir,

    I am a central government employee. A lady co-worker filed a false complaint against me at the local police station and stated in her complaint that I threatened to kill her.

    The police immediately rushed to the office during office hours and started interrogating me in the office itself in the presence of all my colleagues.

    Later they found that the charges were false.

    Is this legally correct. Can I file defamation suit against my colleague.

    I was told that she had not taken any permission from the management and rushed to the police station on her own

    Kindly advise

    S. Jayte


  2. 2 priya July 12, 2015 at 8:49 pm

    Hi ,
    I m really tensesd ,more tensed are my parents plz advice
    My problen is my father is elder one and he have two younger brothers ,second brother drinks a lot and fight wid his wife .my father use to prevent his wife and children from physical abuse of their husband .but most of the tym my chachi (wife of second brother) and their children use to beat their father/husband…my father as brother protected him …my chachi didnt like it they get jealous with my mom job with my job .as their children have none now they fight wid my father say ridiculous things and now got a fir dne against him.. He have to visit court every mnth i cant c this … I cant bear this pain …at this age my father shld take rest instead of this stupid nonsense i need help and advice of wht to do which case to file against this ppl to get this sorted


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