General Information  
PublisherLexis Nexis
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearJanuary 2011


Soonavala’s Supreme Court Criminal Digest, a comprehensive work covering all aspects of criminal law from the earliest days of the Indian Supreme Court to the present day — 1950 to 2010. This major publication is about the law as declared and interpreted by the Supreme Court, which is binding on all the Courts of the land and is the guiding force for every practitioner and court in the criminal law jurisdiction. Undeniably the decisions of the Supreme Court over the last 6 decades have had an immense impact on every branch of criminal law. By and large, conflict of opinions on various aspects of the law has been resolved through continuity and uniformity of interpretation by the highest court in the country. Exclusive Features • Provides an analysis of the decisions of the Supreme Court during the last sixty years on Constitutional principles applicable to Criminal Law, the Indian Penal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Law of Evidence, appeals to the Supreme Court, all other criminal enactments Central and State and interpretation of criminal statutes. • Digest of cases have been arranged subject wise under headings & sub-headings on various criminal laws • Statutes covered include the Indian Penal Code, the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Law of Evidence, appeals to the Supreme Court under all other criminal enactments, Central and State • Provides Practical and learned insights into the interpretation of criminal statutes • Alphabetical listing of each topic has been organized into several headings and sub-headings • Exhaustive and immensely practical, these four volumes cover case law of more than six decades from the inception of the Supreme Court of India in 1950 till 2010 • Parallel citations have been painstakingly identified and cited and the case-law has been brought up-to-date • All the references available in various journals are given underneath the name of the case itself A must have for Legal Professionals, Practitioners of Criminal Law, Judic