Criminal Justice System and Jury Trials in India

  • Shubhangi Kansal and Madhumitha K.
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  • Shubhangi Kansal

    Student at O.P. Jindal Global University, India.

  • Madhumitha K.

    Student at O.P. Jindal Global University, India.

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Indian investigation is woefully tatty, and even the most basic inquiries are frequently mishandled. Crime scenes are seldom protected, and the investigators are clueless on how to obtain evidence. The condition turns worse when it comes to the safety of women. The government is trying to reduce the incidents of rape. The maximum punishment for rape is also raised from life imprisonment to death penalty. Even so, the statistics of cases refuse to stoop down. The paper attempts to explore this area of crime and tries to look into the most neglected component in our judicial system, “the jury.” At the moment, the only surviving jury is in the Parsi matrimonial court. Most states, including Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, have moved on from the system. The question is why? The article aims to address precisely that


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 2, Page 1542 - 1547


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