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should have been disbelieved. The FIR reached the court only after a long delay of about 5 days. This inordinate ... delay in reaching the FIR was caused by the intervening holidays and hence there was no purposeful delay in sending
Kerala High Court
- Cites 16 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
principle of law of this Court is that delay in filing FIR by itself cannot be a ground to doubt ... ground of delay in lodging the first information report. Delay has the effect of putting the court on its guard
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 16 - Cited by 14 - P Naolekar - Full Document
time for lodging the F.I.R. Hence a delayed F.I.R is not illegal. Of course a prompt ... promptly lodged F.I.R. the demerits of the delayed F.I.R cannot operate as fatal to any prosecution
Kerala High Court
- Cites 22 - Cited by 1 - T H Pillai - Full Document
cannot give any reason. 17. Delay in lodging FIR cannot be used as a ritualistic formula for doubting the prosecution ... attached to the mere delay in lodging the FIR. Delay in lodging of the FIR in every case cannot
Rajasthan High Court
- Cites 22 - Cited by 1 -
2003 CriLJ 1680
- S Keshote - Full Document
therefore, it can be said that delayed FIR is not illegal. The delay in informing the police of the incident ... should not be thrown merely on the ground of delayed FIR. 19. It also need be observed that lodging
Rajasthan High Court
- Cites 14 - Cited by 1 -
2003 CriLJ 552
- Sharma - Full Document
note, advanced the following contentions:-- (a) The delay in lodging the FIR has been properly explained and such an explanation ... creature of an afterthought. On account of delay, the FIR not only gets bereft of the advantage of spontaneity, danger
Madhya Pradesh High Court
- Cites 45 - Cited by 0 -
2004 (3) MPHT 406
- D Misra - Full Document
evidence. That there is a substantial delay in lodging the FIR. That accused No.1 and 2 were apprehended around ... manufacture etc. Therefore, there is no delay in lodging the FIR. Since they went in search of the accused
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 28 - Cited by 0 - R Malimath - Full Document
that there is inordinate, indelible and unexplained delay in forwarding the printed FIR to the Magistrate concerned, which should raise ... held, case was registered later, thereby causing delay in sending the FIR to the Court also, in the meantime fixing
Madras High Court
- Cites 28 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
believed in asmuchas, there was gross delay in lodging of the FIR (Ex. PW-7/B). He submits that ... there was no reason to delay lodging of FIR. Further the corresponding entry i.e. DD no. 8A, vide which
Delhi High Court
- Cites 15 - Cited by 0 - G S Sistani - Full Document
Code in Cr. No. 433/83, prepared Ex. P-11 F.I.R. and sent it along with ... that there was a delay of about seven hours in sending the FIR Ex. P-1 and the Printed
Madras High Court
- Cites 14 - Cited by 0 -
1993 CriLJ 2379
- Arumugham - Full Document
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