What Is The Nature Of Provisions In The Criminal Procedure Code 1898

Justice is administered by the procedural law and Cr.P.C is basically a procedural law but in reality it is more than procedural law. the provisions in the criminal procedure code 1898 are of different nature. its primary objective is to lay down procedure for criminal cases.

Criminal Procedure Code has following provisions

Procedural Provisions

Section 154-176 shows and explain the procedure of registering FIR.

Substantive Provisions

Those provisions which deals with the right and obligation such as the case can be initiated against the accused but he is given some right as well for example; The accused has right to be heard, he has the right to defend by a lawyer, the right of bail if the offense is bail able.

Administrative provisions

Criminal procedure code deals with the number of courts and judges and their powers so how many courts should be in a province in the concern of the criminal procedure code. Session and the Magistrate courts are purely criminal courts which are the creation of the criminal procedure code.

Preventive provisions

There are certain preventive provisions such as section 144, that empowers the state to ensure that offense don’t get committed. state is bound to ensure that nobody is given any opportunity to violate any right. for instance; if somebody prepares to commit an offense, he should be arrested under section 151.

these are the major Provisions In The Criminal Procedure Code 1898

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