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Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary 2023

Author : Tanya Kaushal

January 10, 2023

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Reader's Digest: Are you preparing for Chhattisgarh Judiciary or any other State Judiciary exam? Are you facing problems navigating safely in the humongous sea of the Code of Criminal Procedure? Wipe off the sweat from your head! Take a deep breath. We have done the homework on your behalf. To realize your dream of becoming a Civil Judge, we have gathered a score booster set of CrPC's most essential questions and answers. Read and save the post from scoring to know the important topics and questions of the CrPC in Prelims and Mains Papers of the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Exam.

The CrPC is an essential subject for aspirants appearing for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Exam. Therefore, it is necessary to have a good understanding of its provisions.

The topics covered in this list include definitions, powers of police officers, arrest and bail, search and seizure, charges and trials, appeals, and other related topics.

By going through this list of questions, aspirants can better understand the various provisions of the CrPC and be better prepared for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Exam.

Download FREE Study Material for Chhattisgarh Judiciary by JudiciaryGold 

Most Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Preparation 2023

As per our expert’s opinion, the students can expect at least ten questions from the Code of Criminal Procedure topic in the CG PCS J Exam.

The examiners can set almost 18-20 questions from the CrPC owing to the vastness of the topic.

This might have cleared your doubt of the cloud that one cannot ignore the Code of Criminal Procedure topic.

The most important CrPC questions for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Judge Exam 2023 are mentioned below:

Question 1) Statement A: Bail granted under Section 167 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 has the same incidents as bail granted under Chapter XXXIII of the Code.

Statement B: Bail granted under Section 167 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 cannot be cancelled under Section 437 (5).

(1) Statement A is correct.

(2) Statement B is correct.

(3) Both statements are correct.

(4) Both statements are incorrect.

Question 2) On a declaration of forfeiture of a book by the State Government under Section 95 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the application to set aside lies to the :

(1) District Magistrate,

(2) Chief Judicial Magistrate.

(3) District & Sessions Judge.

(4) High Court.

Question 3) Under Section 428 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the following period of detention undergone by the accused shall be set off against the sentence of imprisonment in a case :

(1) Period of detention undergone in default of payment of a fine.

(2) Period of detention during that case's investigation and trial.

(3) Period of detention during investigation and trial of a similar case.

(4) All of the above.

Question 4) Which of the following is the correct statement of the law as per sections 82 and 83 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973?

(1) The court may order the attachment of property belonging to an accused before declaring him a proclaimed person under Section 82

(2) The court may order the attachment of property of a person after the publication of a written proclamation under Section 82 requiring him to appear before it

(3) The court may order the attachment of the property of a person regardless of whether or not he has been declared proclaimed offender 

(4) None of the above

Question 5) Proceedings under Section 145 of the code of Criminal Procedure are initiated by the Executive Magistrate on the report of which of the following?

(1) Judicial Magistrate

(2) Police officer

(3) Revenue officer

(4) Complainant

Question 6) According to Section 25 of the Protection of children from sexual offences Act, 2012, the statement of a child under section 164 of the code of Criminal Procedure is to be recorded by the Magistrate:

(1) shall be recorded in the presence of the advocate of the accused 

(2) shall not be recorded in the presence of the advocate of the accused

(3) shall be recorded in the presence of the Investigating officer

(4) shall be recorded in the presence of a woman Police officer

Question 7) Section 436-A of the code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, provides for the grant of bail to an accused pending trial if:

(1) he has undergone detention for a one-fourth period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(2) he has undergone detention for a one-third period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(3) he has undergone detention for a one-half period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(4) (1) and (2) above

Question 8) Statement 'A' when a court of Sessions passes a sentence of death, the court shall, according to Rule 102 of the General Rules (Criminal) 1980, commit the prisoner by a warrant in the appropriate form to jail from which he came to stand his trial, and shall submit its proceedings to the High Court at the latest on the fourth day after the sentence of death has been pronounced.

Statement 'B' when a court of Sessions passes sentence against a female prisoner to death, according to Rule 104 of the General Rules (Criminal) 1980, it shall consider after enquiring from such prisoner herself, if necessary, whether she is pregnant and if it thinks that it is likely, it shall have her examined by the District Medical officer or such other doctor as it may consider fit. If it finds that she is pregnant, it shall make a report to the High Court.

(1) Both the statements above are correct

(2) Statement 'A' is correct, and Statement 'B' is incorrect

(3) Statement 'B' is correct, and Statement 'A' is incorrect

(4) None of them is correct

Question 9) A statement under Section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure may be recorded by - 

(1) An Executive Magistrate

(2) A Police Officer

(3) A Judicial Magistrate or a Metropolitan Magistrate

(4) All the officers named above

Question 10) Section 304 of the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for - 

(1) In some instances, making available a pleader to the accused at the expense of the State

(2) Tender of pardon to accomplice

(3) Power to adjourn proceedings

(4) Power to proceed against other persons appearing to be guilty of an offence.

Question 11) An association's huge poster/banner obstructs traffic at a busy junction. Who from amongst the following, on having information, may remove such banner/poster by initiating proceedings under the Code of Criminal Procedure provisions?

(1) The District Judge

(2) The Chief Judicial Magistrate

(3) The Sub Divisional Magistrate 

(4) The Collector

Question 12) To whom, as per Section 98 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, a complaint on oath for restoration of an abducted female child to the person having her lawful charge may be presented?

(1) The District Magistrate

(2) The Sub Divisional Magistrate 

(3) The Magistrate First Class

(4) All the above

For the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, who from amongst the following may determine the language of each Court in the State other than the High Court?

(1) The High Court of the State 

(2)The Supreme Court of India

(3) The State Government

(4) The Legislative Assembly of the State

Question 13) Under CrPC, a magistrate first class may order to make a monthly allowance for the maintenance at the monthly rate of?

(a) Five hundred rupees

(b) Three thousand rupees

(c) Five thousand rupees

(d) As the Magistrate thinks fit

Question 14) Under CrPC, an application for plea bargaining can be filed by

(a) Accused

(b) Complainant

(c) Investigating officer

(d) Public prosecutor

Question 15) When the person who would otherwise be competent to compound an offence under section 320 of CrPC is dead, then

(a) Legal representative of such a person as defined in the code of criminal procedure. 1973 can compound the offence with the permission of the Court

(b) Any alive eyewitness can compound offence

(c) Offence cannot be compounded after the death of the person

(d) Legal representative of such a person as defined in the code of civil procedure. 1908. Can compound the offence with the consent of the Court

Also Read: Important CrPC Questions for Judiciary Preparation 2023

Question 16) Under Section 41C of CrPC, the state government shall establish a police control room:

(a) Only at the district level

(b) Only at the state level

(c) Only at the commissioner level

(d) At the state and district level

Question 17) Under Section 41C of CrPC, the state government shall establish a police control room:

(a) Only at the district level

(b) Only at the state level

(c) Only at the commissioner level

(d) At the state and district level

Question 18) Which Section of CrPC defines cognizable offence?

(a) Section 2(a)

(b) Section 2(b)

(c) Section 2(c)

(d) Section 2(d)

Question 19) For the code of criminal procedure, 1973, who from amongst the following may determine the language of each Court in the state other than the High Court?

(a) The High Court of the state

(b) The Supreme Court of India

(c) The state government

(d) The legislative assembly of the state

Question 20) In a summons case, when the accused appears or is brought before the Magistrate, it shall not be necessary to:

(a) State the particulars of the offence of which he is accused

(b) Ask whether he pleads guilty

(c) Ask whether he has any defence to make

(d) Frame a formal charge

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Question 21)  If it appears to the Magistrate that the offence complained of is triable exclusively by the Court of the session, he, under section 202 CrPC, postpones the issue of process against the accused:

(a) Shall commit the case to the Court of session

(b) May direct an investigation to be made by a police officer

(c) Shall call upon the complainant to produce all his witnesses and examine them on oath

(d) Shall return the complaint for presentation before the Court of session

Question 22) A charge is framed by the Magistrate based on the following:

(a) Police report

(b) Statements recorded u/s. 161 CrPC

(c) Police report and documents sent with it

(d) Documents produced by the prosecution as well as the accused

Question 23) When under section 161 of the code of criminal procedure is a statement recorded by the Police?

(a) During the trial

(b) Before the investigation

(c) During the inquiry

(d) During the investigation

Question 24) The procedure for trial before a Court of the session is provided under Section ______ of the code of Criminal Procedure. 

(a) 262 to sec. 265 of CrPC 

(b) 238 to sec. 250 of CrPC 

(c) 251 to sec. 269 of CrPC 

(d) 225 to sec. 237 of CrPC 

Question 25) An accused person may be a competent witness in his defence under the code of Criminal Procedure 1973: 

(a) Section 312 

(b) Section 313 

(c) Section 315 

(d) Section 316

Question 26) When under section 169 of the code of criminal procedure is a statement recorded by the Police?

A) During the trial

B) Before the investigation

C) During the inquiry

D) During the investigation

Question 27) The procedure for trial before a Court of the session is provided under Section of the code of Criminal Procedure

A) Sec. 262 to sec. 265 of CrPC

B) Sec. 238 to sec. 250 of CrPC

C) Sec. 251 to sec. 269 of CrPC

D) Sec. 225 to sec. 237 of CrPC

Question 28) Under which Section of CrPC? The Magistrate may direct a local investigation.

A) Section 133

B) Section 139

C) Section 145

D) Section 146

Question 29) A statement recorded under which the maker need not sign a section of CrPC?

A) 164

B) 313

C) 161

D) None of the above

Question 30) A person can be summoned as a witness under section 160 of the CrPC by

A) Any police officer

B) The police officer investigating the case

C) The station house officer

D) None of the above

Question 31) The prosecution of Judges and public servants is provided in

A) Section 179 CrPC

B) Section 192 CrPC

C) Section 197 CrPC

D) Section 297 CrPC

Question 32) Under which one of the following sections of CrPC? The Magistrate second class can conduct a summary trial. 

A) Section 260

B) Section 261

C) Section 262

D) Section 263

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Question 33) An accused person may be a competent witness in his defence under the code of Criminal Procedure 1973; in

A) Section 312

B) Section 313

C) Section 315

D) Section 316

Question 34) Under section 190(2) of CrPC, who may empower any Magistrate of the second class to take cognizance of offences?

A) High Court

B) Court of sessions

C) Chief Judicial Magistrate

D) None of the above

Question 35) Treatment of the victim has been incorporated under CrPC by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013, under

A) Section 357(A)

B) Section 357(B)

C) Section 357(C)

D) Section 357

Question 36) The Bar of taking cognizance after the lapse of the limitation period as stated in Sec 468 (2) of Cr. P.C. does not apply if the offence is punishable with imprisonment for a term exceeding years.

A) 2

B) 4

C) 3

D) 5

Question 37) Provision for legal aid to the accused is provided under which of the following sections of Cr. P.C.?

A) Sec 304

B) Sec 420

C) Sec 306

D) Sec 300

Question 38) The Bond u/s 109 Cr. P. C. as security for good behaviour from the suspected person can be executed for a period not exceeding:

A) six months

B) two years

C) one year

D) three months

Question 39) Under section 51 of CPC, which one is not a method to enforce the execution of the decree?

A) by appointing a receiver

B) by sale without attachment

C) by arrest and detention

D) by appointing a commission

Question 40) Section 85 of Cr PC does not cover respect to the attached property:

A) Release

B) Sale

C) Restoration

D) Resale

Most Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Mains Exam 2023

The scope of the CrPC in the CG PCS J Mains Paper can not be ignored. As per the previous year’s trend, at least one Judgement Writing question of 40 marks often comes in the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge exam. 

Read the following essential CRPC questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Mains preparation:

Question 1) Read the following carefully and write Judgement after framing the necessary charge.

Complainant Ram was purchasing salt in the market on 07-06-2019 at 10.30 p.m. He was accompanied by his friends Uday and Jolly. At that very moment, accused persons Om, Vikas, and Kirit came out of the hotel of Mahesh. Complainant Ram asked for the whereabouts of Kirit from Om. Accused Om got annoyed by asking complainant Ram and said he was talking in an undignified manner and abused him. After that, accused Kirit and Vikas caught hold of complainant Ram and accused Om took out a knife and dealt 5 to 6 blows causing injury to the left arm, scapula region, right jaw, etc. His shirt and banyan were also torn off, and blood oozed from the wounds. The accused person, Om, Vikas, and Kirit, also threatened to eliminate him. Uday and Jolly witnessed the incident in the electric light. They also tried to save injured Ram and brought him to the hospital in an autorickshaw by his friends, where he lodged the First Information Report. After that, Ram was examined by the doctor, who opined that the injuries caused to him were superficial. Ram PW1 has supported the facts mentioned in the FIR, and in his cross-examination, he admitted that he had terrible relations with the accused Om and Kirit. Uday PW2 supported the facts of the incident, while Jolly PW3 had not endorsed it. Dr PW4 found five incised wounds on the body of the injured, which were simple. He stated in cross-examination that injuries caused to Ram might not be self-inflicted. Investigating officer PW5 has admitted recording FIR, seizure of the knife from accused Om, and other investigations.

Question 2) Criminal breach of trust and cheating are two distinct offences generally involving evil intention but mutually exclusive and different in basic concept." Explain with the help of decided cases.

Question 3) Answer the following: (Answer to each part must not exceed 150 words.) Support your answer with the help of legal provisions and decided cases : 

(a) "Culpable homicide is the genus and murder is species, and all murders are culpable homicide but not vice versa." Discuss in light of legal provisions and some decided cases. 

  1. b) "The recent Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2011 seeks to replace 'rape" with the term 'sexual assault in the IPC and intends to make rape a gender-neutral offence in the country." Examine whether this is appropriate.

Question 4) Discuss the court's jurisdiction in cases of juveniles as provided under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. 

Question 5) Describe the Powers of Criminal Courts regarding the sentences they may pass under Cr. P. C.

Question 6) Explain the law under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, relating to sentences in case of conviction of several offences at a trial. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Whenever an Executive Magistrate is satisfied from a report of a police officer or upon other information that a dispute likely to cause a breach of the peace exists concerning any land or water or the boundaries, he shall make an order in writing, stating the grounds of his being so satisfied
Section 145 of the Code authorizes the Executive Magistrate to take cognizance of the dispute and settle the same by holding an enquiry into possession as distinguished from the right to possession or title.

Under Section 268 of the Indian Penal Code, “a person guilty of public nuisance who does any act or is guilty of an illegal omission which causes any common injury, danger or annoyance to the public or to the people in general who dwell or occupy property in the vicinity or which must necessarily cause injury, obstruction, danger or annoyance to persons who may have occasion to use any public right. 

Section 309 of the CrPC requires that when the examination of witnesses has once begun, the same shall be continued from day to day until all the witnesses in attendance have been examined
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Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary 2023

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : January 10, 2023

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Reader's Digest: Are you preparing for Chhattisgarh Judiciary or any other State Judiciary exam? Are you facing problems navigating safely in the humongous sea of the Code of Criminal Procedure? Wipe off the sweat from your head! Take a deep breath. We have done the homework on your behalf. To realize your dream of becoming a Civil Judge, we have gathered a score booster set of CrPC's most essential questions and answers. Read and save the post from scoring to know the important topics and questions of the CrPC in Prelims and Mains Papers of the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Exam.

The CrPC is an essential subject for aspirants appearing for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Exam. Therefore, it is necessary to have a good understanding of its provisions.

The topics covered in this list include definitions, powers of police officers, arrest and bail, search and seizure, charges and trials, appeals, and other related topics.

By going through this list of questions, aspirants can better understand the various provisions of the CrPC and be better prepared for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Exam.

Download FREE Study Material for Chhattisgarh Judiciary by JudiciaryGold 

Most Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Prelims Preparation 2023

As per our expert’s opinion, the students can expect at least ten questions from the Code of Criminal Procedure topic in the CG PCS J Exam.

The examiners can set almost 18-20 questions from the CrPC owing to the vastness of the topic.

This might have cleared your doubt of the cloud that one cannot ignore the Code of Criminal Procedure topic.

The most important CrPC questions for the Chhattisgarh Judiciary Judge Exam 2023 are mentioned below:

Question 1) Statement A: Bail granted under Section 167 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 has the same incidents as bail granted under Chapter XXXIII of the Code.

Statement B: Bail granted under Section 167 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 cannot be cancelled under Section 437 (5).

(1) Statement A is correct.

(2) Statement B is correct.

(3) Both statements are correct.

(4) Both statements are incorrect.

Question 2) On a declaration of forfeiture of a book by the State Government under Section 95 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the application to set aside lies to the :

(1) District Magistrate,

(2) Chief Judicial Magistrate.

(3) District & Sessions Judge.

(4) High Court.

Question 3) Under Section 428 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the following period of detention undergone by the accused shall be set off against the sentence of imprisonment in a case :

(1) Period of detention undergone in default of payment of a fine.

(2) Period of detention during that case's investigation and trial.

(3) Period of detention during investigation and trial of a similar case.

(4) All of the above.

Question 4) Which of the following is the correct statement of the law as per sections 82 and 83 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973?

(1) The court may order the attachment of property belonging to an accused before declaring him a proclaimed person under Section 82

(2) The court may order the attachment of property of a person after the publication of a written proclamation under Section 82 requiring him to appear before it

(3) The court may order the attachment of the property of a person regardless of whether or not he has been declared proclaimed offender 

(4) None of the above

Question 5) Proceedings under Section 145 of the code of Criminal Procedure are initiated by the Executive Magistrate on the report of which of the following?

(1) Judicial Magistrate

(2) Police officer

(3) Revenue officer

(4) Complainant

Question 6) According to Section 25 of the Protection of children from sexual offences Act, 2012, the statement of a child under section 164 of the code of Criminal Procedure is to be recorded by the Magistrate:

(1) shall be recorded in the presence of the advocate of the accused 

(2) shall not be recorded in the presence of the advocate of the accused

(3) shall be recorded in the presence of the Investigating officer

(4) shall be recorded in the presence of a woman Police officer

Question 7) Section 436-A of the code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, provides for the grant of bail to an accused pending trial if:

(1) he has undergone detention for a one-fourth period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(2) he has undergone detention for a one-third period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(3) he has undergone detention for a one-half period of imprisonment specified for the offence for which he is being tried

(4) (1) and (2) above

Question 8) Statement 'A' when a court of Sessions passes a sentence of death, the court shall, according to Rule 102 of the General Rules (Criminal) 1980, commit the prisoner by a warrant in the appropriate form to jail from which he came to stand his trial, and shall submit its proceedings to the High Court at the latest on the fourth day after the sentence of death has been pronounced.

Statement 'B' when a court of Sessions passes sentence against a female prisoner to death, according to Rule 104 of the General Rules (Criminal) 1980, it shall consider after enquiring from such prisoner herself, if necessary, whether she is pregnant and if it thinks that it is likely, it shall have her examined by the District Medical officer or such other doctor as it may consider fit. If it finds that she is pregnant, it shall make a report to the High Court.

(1) Both the statements above are correct

(2) Statement 'A' is correct, and Statement 'B' is incorrect

(3) Statement 'B' is correct, and Statement 'A' is incorrect

(4) None of them is correct

Question 9) A statement under Section 164 of the Code of Criminal Procedure may be recorded by - 

(1) An Executive Magistrate

(2) A Police Officer

(3) A Judicial Magistrate or a Metropolitan Magistrate

(4) All the officers named above

Question 10) Section 304 of the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for - 

(1) In some instances, making available a pleader to the accused at the expense of the State

(2) Tender of pardon to accomplice

(3) Power to adjourn proceedings

(4) Power to proceed against other persons appearing to be guilty of an offence.

Question 11) An association's huge poster/banner obstructs traffic at a busy junction. Who from amongst the following, on having information, may remove such banner/poster by initiating proceedings under the Code of Criminal Procedure provisions?

(1) The District Judge

(2) The Chief Judicial Magistrate

(3) The Sub Divisional Magistrate 

(4) The Collector

Question 12) To whom, as per Section 98 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, a complaint on oath for restoration of an abducted female child to the person having her lawful charge may be presented?

(1) The District Magistrate

(2) The Sub Divisional Magistrate 

(3) The Magistrate First Class

(4) All the above

For the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, who from amongst the following may determine the language of each Court in the State other than the High Court?

(1) The High Court of the State 

(2)The Supreme Court of India

(3) The State Government

(4) The Legislative Assembly of the State

Question 13) Under CrPC, a magistrate first class may order to make a monthly allowance for the maintenance at the monthly rate of?

(a) Five hundred rupees

(b) Three thousand rupees

(c) Five thousand rupees

(d) As the Magistrate thinks fit

Question 14) Under CrPC, an application for plea bargaining can be filed by

(a) Accused

(b) Complainant

(c) Investigating officer

(d) Public prosecutor

Question 15) When the person who would otherwise be competent to compound an offence under section 320 of CrPC is dead, then

(a) Legal representative of such a person as defined in the code of criminal procedure. 1973 can compound the offence with the permission of the Court

(b) Any alive eyewitness can compound offence

(c) Offence cannot be compounded after the death of the person

(d) Legal representative of such a person as defined in the code of civil procedure. 1908. Can compound the offence with the consent of the Court

Also Read: Important CrPC Questions for Judiciary Preparation 2023

Question 16) Under Section 41C of CrPC, the state government shall establish a police control room:

(a) Only at the district level

(b) Only at the state level

(c) Only at the commissioner level

(d) At the state and district level

Question 17) Under Section 41C of CrPC, the state government shall establish a police control room:

(a) Only at the district level

(b) Only at the state level

(c) Only at the commissioner level

(d) At the state and district level

Question 18) Which Section of CrPC defines cognizable offence?

(a) Section 2(a)

(b) Section 2(b)

(c) Section 2(c)

(d) Section 2(d)

Question 19) For the code of criminal procedure, 1973, who from amongst the following may determine the language of each Court in the state other than the High Court?

(a) The High Court of the state

(b) The Supreme Court of India

(c) The state government

(d) The legislative assembly of the state

Question 20) In a summons case, when the accused appears or is brought before the Magistrate, it shall not be necessary to:

(a) State the particulars of the offence of which he is accused

(b) Ask whether he pleads guilty

(c) Ask whether he has any defence to make

(d) Frame a formal charge

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Question 21)  If it appears to the Magistrate that the offence complained of is triable exclusively by the Court of the session, he, under section 202 CrPC, postpones the issue of process against the accused:

(a) Shall commit the case to the Court of session

(b) May direct an investigation to be made by a police officer

(c) Shall call upon the complainant to produce all his witnesses and examine them on oath

(d) Shall return the complaint for presentation before the Court of session

Question 22) A charge is framed by the Magistrate based on the following:

(a) Police report

(b) Statements recorded u/s. 161 CrPC

(c) Police report and documents sent with it

(d) Documents produced by the prosecution as well as the accused

Question 23) When under section 161 of the code of criminal procedure is a statement recorded by the Police?

(a) During the trial

(b) Before the investigation

(c) During the inquiry

(d) During the investigation

Question 24) The procedure for trial before a Court of the session is provided under Section ______ of the code of Criminal Procedure. 

(a) 262 to sec. 265 of CrPC 

(b) 238 to sec. 250 of CrPC 

(c) 251 to sec. 269 of CrPC 

(d) 225 to sec. 237 of CrPC 

Question 25) An accused person may be a competent witness in his defence under the code of Criminal Procedure 1973: 

(a) Section 312 

(b) Section 313 

(c) Section 315 

(d) Section 316

Question 26) When under section 169 of the code of criminal procedure is a statement recorded by the Police?

A) During the trial

B) Before the investigation

C) During the inquiry

D) During the investigation

Question 27) The procedure for trial before a Court of the session is provided under Section of the code of Criminal Procedure

A) Sec. 262 to sec. 265 of CrPC

B) Sec. 238 to sec. 250 of CrPC

C) Sec. 251 to sec. 269 of CrPC

D) Sec. 225 to sec. 237 of CrPC

Question 28) Under which Section of CrPC? The Magistrate may direct a local investigation.

A) Section 133

B) Section 139

C) Section 145

D) Section 146

Question 29) A statement recorded under which the maker need not sign a section of CrPC?

A) 164

B) 313

C) 161

D) None of the above

Question 30) A person can be summoned as a witness under section 160 of the CrPC by

A) Any police officer

B) The police officer investigating the case

C) The station house officer

D) None of the above

Question 31) The prosecution of Judges and public servants is provided in

A) Section 179 CrPC

B) Section 192 CrPC

C) Section 197 CrPC

D) Section 297 CrPC

Question 32) Under which one of the following sections of CrPC? The Magistrate second class can conduct a summary trial. 

A) Section 260

B) Section 261

C) Section 262

D) Section 263

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Question 33) An accused person may be a competent witness in his defence under the code of Criminal Procedure 1973; in

A) Section 312

B) Section 313

C) Section 315

D) Section 316

Question 34) Under section 190(2) of CrPC, who may empower any Magistrate of the second class to take cognizance of offences?

A) High Court

B) Court of sessions

C) Chief Judicial Magistrate

D) None of the above

Question 35) Treatment of the victim has been incorporated under CrPC by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act 2013, under

A) Section 357(A)

B) Section 357(B)

C) Section 357(C)

D) Section 357

Question 36) The Bar of taking cognizance after the lapse of the limitation period as stated in Sec 468 (2) of Cr. P.C. does not apply if the offence is punishable with imprisonment for a term exceeding years.

A) 2

B) 4

C) 3

D) 5

Question 37) Provision for legal aid to the accused is provided under which of the following sections of Cr. P.C.?

A) Sec 304

B) Sec 420

C) Sec 306

D) Sec 300

Question 38) The Bond u/s 109 Cr. P. C. as security for good behaviour from the suspected person can be executed for a period not exceeding:

A) six months

B) two years

C) one year

D) three months

Question 39) Under section 51 of CPC, which one is not a method to enforce the execution of the decree?

A) by appointing a receiver

B) by sale without attachment

C) by arrest and detention

D) by appointing a commission

Question 40) Section 85 of Cr PC does not cover respect to the attached property:

A) Release

B) Sale

C) Restoration

D) Resale

Most Important CrPC Questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Mains Exam 2023

The scope of the CrPC in the CG PCS J Mains Paper can not be ignored. As per the previous year’s trend, at least one Judgement Writing question of 40 marks often comes in the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge exam. 

Read the following essential CRPC questions for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Mains preparation:

Question 1) Read the following carefully and write Judgement after framing the necessary charge.

Complainant Ram was purchasing salt in the market on 07-06-2019 at 10.30 p.m. He was accompanied by his friends Uday and Jolly. At that very moment, accused persons Om, Vikas, and Kirit came out of the hotel of Mahesh. Complainant Ram asked for the whereabouts of Kirit from Om. Accused Om got annoyed by asking complainant Ram and said he was talking in an undignified manner and abused him. After that, accused Kirit and Vikas caught hold of complainant Ram and accused Om took out a knife and dealt 5 to 6 blows causing injury to the left arm, scapula region, right jaw, etc. His shirt and banyan were also torn off, and blood oozed from the wounds. The accused person, Om, Vikas, and Kirit, also threatened to eliminate him. Uday and Jolly witnessed the incident in the electric light. They also tried to save injured Ram and brought him to the hospital in an autorickshaw by his friends, where he lodged the First Information Report. After that, Ram was examined by the doctor, who opined that the injuries caused to him were superficial. Ram PW1 has supported the facts mentioned in the FIR, and in his cross-examination, he admitted that he had terrible relations with the accused Om and Kirit. Uday PW2 supported the facts of the incident, while Jolly PW3 had not endorsed it. Dr PW4 found five incised wounds on the body of the injured, which were simple. He stated in cross-examination that injuries caused to Ram might not be self-inflicted. Investigating officer PW5 has admitted recording FIR, seizure of the knife from accused Om, and other investigations.

Question 2) Criminal breach of trust and cheating are two distinct offences generally involving evil intention but mutually exclusive and different in basic concept." Explain with the help of decided cases.

Question 3) Answer the following: (Answer to each part must not exceed 150 words.) Support your answer with the help of legal provisions and decided cases : 

(a) "Culpable homicide is the genus and murder is species, and all murders are culpable homicide but not vice versa." Discuss in light of legal provisions and some decided cases. 

  1. b) "The recent Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2011 seeks to replace 'rape" with the term 'sexual assault in the IPC and intends to make rape a gender-neutral offence in the country." Examine whether this is appropriate.

Question 4) Discuss the court's jurisdiction in cases of juveniles as provided under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. 

Question 5) Describe the Powers of Criminal Courts regarding the sentences they may pass under Cr. P. C.

Question 6) Explain the law under the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, relating to sentences in case of conviction of several offences at a trial. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Whenever an Executive Magistrate is satisfied from a report of a police officer or upon other information that a dispute likely to cause a breach of the peace exists concerning any land or water or the boundaries, he shall make an order in writing, stating the grounds of his being so satisfied
Section 145 of the Code authorizes the Executive Magistrate to take cognizance of the dispute and settle the same by holding an enquiry into possession as distinguished from the right to possession or title.

Under Section 268 of the Indian Penal Code, “a person guilty of public nuisance who does any act or is guilty of an illegal omission which causes any common injury, danger or annoyance to the public or to the people in general who dwell or occupy property in the vicinity or which must necessarily cause injury, obstruction, danger or annoyance to persons who may have occasion to use any public right. 

Section 309 of the CrPC requires that when the examination of witnesses has once begun, the same shall be continued from day to day until all the witnesses in attendance have been examined

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