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Continue reading the article to learn about Criminal Law's Most Important Questions for DU LLM.
Criminal Law is an important section with good weightage that can help you score excellent rank in the
2022 exam. DU LLM
With the examination being conducted shortly, important questions should definitely help you ace your preparations.
Topics like IPC, CRPC, and evidence have been covered here.
Let's check the set of DU LLM Criminal Law important questions.
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1 - In a criminal action, the general conditions of penal liabilities are indicated in the old maxim:
a. Sequi bedet potentia justitiam, non praecedure
b. Vigilanibus non dormientibus jura subvenient
c. Volenti non fit injuria
d. Actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea
Answer - d. Actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea
2 - Defence of insanity under IPC is based on which of the following judgments?
a. R v. Daniel Mc Naughten
b. R v. Prince
c. R v. Dudly Stephens
d. None of the above
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Answer - a. R v. Daniel Mc Naughten
3 - In which of the following case the provisions of Chapter 21A of the code of criminal procedure will apply to the accused?
a. where the offense appears to have been committed by him is punishable with imprisonment for life
b. where the offense appears to have been committed by him affects the socio-economic condition of the country.
c. where the offense appears to have been committed by him is committed against and above 14 years of age
d. where the offense appears to have been committed by him against a woman
Answer - c. where the offense appears to have been committed by him is committed against and above 14 years of age
4 - Which section of the Indian Evidence Act is based on maxim Nemo Moriturus Praesumitur Mentire?
a. Section 29
b. Section 30
c. Section 31
d. Section 32
Answer - d. Section 32
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5 - A says that Z's evidence on trial was so contradictory that he must be stupid or dishonest. Whether A's statement amount to defamation?
a. Yes, A is liable for the offense of defamation.
b. No, A is not liable for the offense of defamation because the statement was made about the general character of Z
c. No, A is not liable for the offense because the statement was made in good faith about Z's conduct as a witness in the trial.
d. None of the above
Answer - c. No, A is not liable for the offense because the statement was made in good faith about Z's conduct as a witness in the trial
6 - Which of the following section of the Indian Penal Code punishes the offense of attempt to commit robbery
a. Section 392
b. Section 393
c. Section 394
d. Section 395
Answer - b. Section 393
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7 - Which of the following is primary evidence of a document?
a. Certified copy of such document
b. Counterpart of the document as against the party who executed it
c. Counterpart of the document as against the party who did not execute it
d. Copies made from the original
Answer - c. Counterpart of the document as against the party who did not execute it
8 - Section 297 of IPC prescribes punishment for which of the following offenses
a. disturbing religious assembly lawfully engaged in the performance of religious worship or religious ceremonies
b. trespassing place set apart for the performance of funeral rites
c. offering indignity to any human corpse
d. both (b) and (c)
Answer - d. both (b) and (c)
9 - A confession made by an accused is inadmissible according to the provisions of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, in which of the following circumstances?
a. When such confession is made before a magistrate whilst the accused is in police custody.
b. When such confession is not made before a magistrate whilst such accused is in police custody.
c. when such confession is made to a doctor
d. when such a confession is made to a friend
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Answer - b. When such confession is not made before a magistrate whilst such accused is in police custody.
10 - A causes Z to go into walled space and locks Z in. Z is thus prevented from proceeding in any direction. Which of the following crime was committed by A?
b. Wrongful restraint
c. Wrongful confirnement
Answer - c. Wrongful confinement
11 - Which of the following is/ are correct in case of defense of intoxication?
Intoxication is a defense when the intoxicated person is incapable of knowing the nature of the act at the time of doing it.
Intoxication is a defense when the intoxicated person is incapable of knowing what he was doing is either wrong or contrary to the law.
a. Only 1 is correct
b. Only 2 is correct
c. Both are correct
d. Both can never be correct together
Answer - c. Both are correct
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12 - Which of the following statement is correct?
a. In conspiracy, there is no distinction between principal and accessory
b. In conspiracy, principal and accessory are distinct
c. There has to be the distinction between principal and accessory in all offenses.
d. None of the above is correct.
Answer - a. In conspiracy, there is no distinction between principal and accessory
13 - Which of the following does not amount to FIR?
A statement was given to the police officer when an investigation has commenced.
A statement recorded by an officer in charge based on personal knowledge after the original information was received.
A complaint made orally or in writing to the magistrate.
Information is given at the first point in time to the police.
a. Statement 1 and 3.
b. Statement 2 and 3.
c. Statement 3 and 4.
d. Statement 2 and 3.
Answer - a. Statement 1 and 3
Which of the following is a landmark case of the Supreme Court in which the principles applicable to the appreciation of evidence in cases involving circumstantial evidence were discussed?
a. Sharad Birdi Chand Sarda v. State of Maharastra
b. Dhanwantri Institute ofMedical Science v. State of Rajasthan and Ors.
c. Balusha Santhosh Bhasal and Anr. v. State of Maharashtra and Ors.
d. Pravin Sahebrao Bhogawade v. The State of Maharashtra
Answer - a. Sharad Birdi Chand Sarda v. State of Maharastra
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15 - How many types of punishment have been prescribed under the Indian Penal Code:
Answer - c. Five
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