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MPSC Assistant Public Prosecutor Gr- A -Paper-1 Question paper– 2015

MPSC Assistant Public Prosecutor Gr- A -Paper-1 Question paper– 2015

Note: 

(i) Answers must be written in English only.

(ii) All questions are compulsory

(iii) Question No. 1 carries 20 marks. All other questions carry equal marks I.e. 16 marks each.

(iv) Your answers must be to the point and wherever possible quoting the specific provisions of law.

(v) Do not reproduce any question. Write only question number against the answer.

(vi) “Other than the  cited cases, a candidate a  should not write his/her roll number, any names (including ones own), signature, address or any indication of his/her identity anywhere inside the answer book, otherwise he/she will be penalized”.

(vii) Marks to each question are indicated by a figure in the margin on the right hand side.

(viii) Candidate are expected to answer all the sub questions of a question together. If sub question of a question is attempted elsewhere (after leaving a few pages or after attempting another question)  the later answer shall be overlooked.

  1. Draft Appeal/Revision out of Judgement of J.M.F.C. /Metropolitan Magistrate. Mention the court in which the appeal is to be preferred and how it is in Limitation.

Facts of the case:

The injured and the accused “A” and “B”, are residents of the same village. They are residing adjacent to each other. There was a civil suit regarding land between them on the day of incident i.e. 24/10/2014. The injured, his wife and one minor son were in the house. At about 8.35 P.M. while they were taking food, the accused “A” and “B” came infront of his house and started asking why he filed civil suit against an axe in his hand. They accused the house of injured. Accused “A”, was having an axe in his hand. They accused the injured and rushed on his person. The accused “A”, inflicted axe blow on the left log of injured and accused “B “, threw chili powder on the face of the injured. They both accused and abused the injured and his family members. While the incident was going on, three persons from the neighborhood came on the spot on hearing the cry of the injured. Those three persons and wife of the injured rescued the injured from the accused. The accused while going gave threat to the injured and his wife. There was light   at that time. The injured sustained incised bleeding injury, due to which his cloth (pant) was stained with blood. There was  blood spot in the house of the injured. As it was night time and as the police station was 21 km away and as there was no vehicle facility, the injured went to the police station along with his wife b y bus next day, at about 9.35 A.M. and lodged a report mentioning all the facts. On the basis of the day, at about 9.35 A.M. and lodged a report mentioning all the facts. On the basis of the F.I.R. the case  was registered for offence u/s 452, 324, 504, 506, r/w 34 of I.P.C. against the accused. The complainant was referred to Govt. hospital. The Doctor issued a having blood cloth. The I.O. prepared spot Panchanama seized stained cloth, recorded the statement of wife, son of the complainant and also those persons who rescued the injured. The statements were recorded immediately. As the accused were not found in the village, they were arrested two days after the incident. The accused “A”, made memorandum statement and produced the axe which was blood stained. The said axe was attached under Panchanama from the field of the accused concealed in the bush. After receiving     C.A. report medical certificate and on completion of the investigation, charge sheet was submitted in the court. The J.M.F.C. framed the charges against the accused for offence u/s 452, 324, 504, 506, r/w 34 of J.P.C the accused denied the same.  The defence of the accused was of total denial and of false implication due to previous  enmity and political rivalry in the village. The defence has not led evidence on their behalf.

Evidence of prosecution:

The prosecution examined the injured complainant, his wife, his son, three panchas, three neighbors, the Doctor and the I.O.  Total 11  witnesses were examined. There is direct and circumstantial evidence. Three independent witnesses who were not interested admitted in cross that there were two political parties in the village and the accused were on enemical terms. The panch to the seizure of the axe turned hostile to the pro sections. The clothes, axe were identified by the witness.  F.I.R. Medical certificate, spot panchanama are proved.

Points given by J.M.F.C. for acquittal:

(i) There is delay in filing the F.I.R. No Satisfactory explanation from the prosecution.

(ii) Some witnesses are related with the injured and not believable.

(iii) No independent corroboration as the witness who rescued the injured admitted in cross, t hat there was a politically rival group and there was an enmity on that count between the accused and that group.

(iv) There are contradictions and omissions in the evidence of witness.

(v) Medical evidence is not   corroborating on   the point injury. As the Doctor deposed that there was one incised wound and one contusion. Hence, the court has given benefit of doubt to the accused.

  1. Write short notes on any four of the following:

(a) War rant case

(b) Officer Incharge of the police station

(c) Classes of criminal courts

(d) Executive Magistrate

(e) Power to stop proceedings in certain cases

  1. Write in detail:

(a) What are the general provisions relating to searches?

(b) What is the procedure on arrest of a person against whom warrant is issued and what is t he procedure when such a person arrested is brought before a Magistrate?

  1. Answer any four of the following:

(a) What is the procedure when, after commencement of inquiry or trial, Magistrate finds case should be committed?

(b) What is the procedure in case of a person of unsound mind tried before court?

(c) What is the procedure in case of an   accused being lunatic?

(d) What is the procedure in calling for records while exercising powers of revision?

  1. Write on any four of the following questions with illustration:

(a) Confession caused by inducement, threat or promise, when irrelevant in criminal proceedings?

(b) How much of information received from   the accused may be proved?

(c)  Burden of proving death of a person known to have been alive within thirty years.

(d) Presumption as to abetment of suicide by a married woman.

(e) Presumption as to documents being thirty years old.

  1. Answer the following:

(a) Court may presume existence of certain facts, Discuss with illustration.

(b) Opinion as to handwriting, when relevant? And opinion on relationship, when relevant?

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