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Free Test Series Criminal Procedure Code Test No : 4

Q.1)Pleader as defined under CrPC means:

a)a person authorized under any law to practice in that court b)a person who is appointed with the permission of court to act in such proceedings c)neither (a) nor (b) d)both (a) and (b)

Q.2)Warrant case means-

a)A case in which a police officer can arrest without warrant b)In which the court in the first instance shall issue warrant of arrest against the accused c)Relates to an offence punishable with imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years d)Relates to an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years.

Q.3)In which year Section 2(wa) of CrPC was inserted?

a)2005 b)2009 c)2013 d)2018

Q.4)Definition to which of the following term was not there in original Code and added afterwards by amendment?

a)Warrant case b)Place c)Victim d)Complainant

Q.5)Which of the following is defined under Section 2(u) of CrPC?

a)Public prosecutor b)Victim c)Police report d)Pleader

Q.6)As per Section 2(w) of CrPC, Summons case is defined as-

a)A case relating to an offence which is not a warrant case b)Case which is punishable with punishment not exceeding 2 years c)Both (a) and (b) d)None of the above

Q.7)The term ‘victim’ includes:

a)His guardian b)His legal heir c)Both (a) and (b) d)Only a

Q.8)Which of the following is not correctly matched?

a)Inquiry Section 2(g) b)Judicial proceedings Section 2(i) c)Police Station - Section 2(q) d)Pleader -Section 2(q)

Q.9)Classification of compoundable and non-compoundable offences' has been provided under

a)1st Schedule of Cr. P.C) b)2nd Schedule of Cr. P.C) c)Section 320 of Cr.P.C) d)Section 321 of Cr. P.C)

Q.10)Section 25A was inserted in Cr. P.C) by which of the following Amendment Act?

a)Cr. P.C)Amendment Act, 2008 b)Cr.P.C) Amendment Act, 2005 c)Cr. P.C) Amendment Act, 2009 d)Cr. P.C) Amendment Act, 1978

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