Category: Criminal Justice System

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Indian Extradition Law Demystified (Part 1)

In this column, I try and explain the basics of the Indian Extradition Law. A law that often proves to be as elusive as the very fugitive that it seeks to deal with. I’ve tried to unpack the fundamental principles of extradition law, extradition treaties and the broad process; I also briefly flag the common defenses available to an extradition request.

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The Passcode on your phone, the right to privacy and protection against self incrimination

An interesting guest post by the very talented Shreyash Sharma (4th Year, National Law University Odisha) & Gultash Guron (Final Year, Campus Law Centre Delhi) where they examine a rather vexed question relating to the scope of the protection against self incrimination in the context of phone passcodes (face scans, finger prints) and the fundamental right to privacy.

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All you need to know about the Law relating to Money-Laundering in India

The Indian Government’s crackdown on black money continues unabated and a spate of prosecutions have been launched in the recent times under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002. This article is an attempt to demystify the law relating to money laundering in India and provide a brief overview of its scheme and operation.

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The Unconstitutional Vagueness Of The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018’.

“What happens in vagueness, stays in vagueness…” Police Officer: “Hey, Mr.CEO, you’re under arrest! We’ve found that the website of your company displays….hmmm….what do you call it [Police Officer asks his slightly more informed sidekick]…oh..yes, yes..I […]