LIJCRLJ Volume III Issue I


Criminal Law, Justice and Crime Within The Context of Administration of Justtice in Nigeria By Nnawulezi Uche Augustus,  Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Abakaliki Ebonyi State

The developing pattern in new technologies of warfare and expanded system of crime commission in Nigeria has necessitated the pressing need to look at the criminal law mechanisms set up and furthermore express disapproval over the criminal justice at least to the level of a minimum universal standard. This paper examines nature of crime, criminal law and criminal justice administrations which are more than ever basic issues of concern in Nigeria today as new innovations of warfare is on the expansion. Read More

Narco Analysis By Mubeena H.

In the changing paradigm of society the individual started to search their place in the domain of comfortability and for these they want to be strong economy, strong in politics and strong in the culture. This leads a huge competition among the people and people started using newer technologies in every area so that one will always dominate others. The criminal justice system is no more different from other systems and it has also affected from new technological advancements. Read More

Impact of Emergency on Fundamental Rights BY Ankita Soni

The constitution of India is unique in respect that it contains a complete scheme for speedy re-adjustment of the peace-time governmental machinery in moments of national peril. These provisions may appear to be particularly in a constitution which professes to be built upon an edifice of fundamental rights and democracy. But the provisions must be studied in the light of India’s past history; India had her in glorious days whenever the central power grew weak. Read More

Marial Rape and It’s repercussions By Damini Ganguly

When someone thinks of rape, the first thing that pops into their mind is to think of someone who is a stranger, a malicious person. Usually no one thinks of rape in the context of marriage. Even woman themselves find it difficult to believe that a husband can rape his wife. After all, how can a man be accused of rape if he is availing his conjugal rights? It is indicative that a woman has no right to her own body and her will is subject to that of her husband. Read More

Custodial violence of Police in India in the light of “International Convention against Torture, 1984” to protect the Human Rights of Prisoners By Rhea Banerjee

Custodial violence a kind of violence taking place in the custody whether legal or not, which is not warranted by the law of the land. Violence may be subtle or extreme like abusing, emotional or physical violence, thrashing and beating, rape or even death. The nature of custdy may be judicial, police or under any institution obliged to take care of the inmates like hospitals, homes etc. Custodial violence is a calculated assault on human dignity. Read More

Threat to Minorities in India and Constitutional Safeguards: A Critical Analysis of socio-political situation in Democratic India By Archi Jain

The essence and efficiency of democracy lies in protection and fair treatment of the minorities of that state or the country1. Protection of minorities‟ rights is the real litmus test for identifying the success of the democracy. If minorities feel safe and protection in the ambience of country, the democracy is prospering and thriving for the welfare of the people. Read More