1.Lalita Kumari v. State of UP:FIR mandatory in cognizable cases
2.Mohd. Ahmad Khan v. Shah Bano Begum:Section 125 of CrPC Secular
3.D.K. Basu v. State of Bengal:SC guidelines relating to rights of the arrested person
4.Nilabati Bahera v. State of Orissa:Compensation in case of unlawful arrest and detention
5.Sheela Barse v. State of Maharashtra:Rights of women relating to arrest
6.Joginder Kumar v. State of UP:SC guidelines relating to rights of the arrested person
7.Chanmuniya v. Virendra Kumar Singh Kushwaha:Right of maintenance in Live-in-Relationships
8.Shiv Shankar Singh v. State of Bihar:Filing of Multiple FIR
9.Satya Pal Singh v. State of MP:Father of deceased victim has right to appeal
10.State of UP v. Singhara Singh:Section 164 by necessary implication prohibits the magistrate from giving oral evidence of the confession made to him
11.State of Madhya Pradesh v. Rustum:Computation of period of 60/90 Days u/s 167 of CrPC
12.CBI v. Anupam J. Kulkarni:Police Remand can not exceed 15 Days
13.Mubarak Ali v. State of Bombay:Offence triable where the act is done
14.Shakuntala Devi v. State of U.P.:Availability of Civil Remedy does not bar filing of a case u/s 200 of CrPC
15.Dina Nath v. Emperor:No summary trial in serious or complicated cases
16.Surendra Singh v. State of UP:Where a Judge who wrote the Judgment dies before it was delivered or pronounced, another Judge can not deliver it
17.Naresh v. State of UP:Alteration of Conviction u/s 302 IPC to one u/s 304 IPC by HC is not justified u/s 362 of CrPC
18.Ashok Kumar v. UOI:Constitutional validity of Section 433-A of CrPC
19.Rasiklal v. Kishore Khanchand Wadhwani:Right to bail u/s 436 in bailable offences is an absolute and indefeasible right
20.Gurbaksh Singh Sibbia v. State of Punjab:SC guidelines relating to anticipatory bail
21.Jagdish Ram v. State of Rajasthan:Quashing of FIR on account of delay
22.State of MP v. Madan Lal:No compromise in Rape cases
23.Manohar Singh v. State of Rajasthan:Compensation to victim of Crime
24.S.R. Sukumar v. Sunnad Raghuram:Amendment in complaint can be done
25.Siddaharth Vashisht v. State(NCT of Delhi):Cryptic Telephonic Message of a cognizable offence not to be treated as FIR##

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