Supreme Court Landmark Judgements 2022 – Recent Judgment Passed By Hon’ble Apex Court of India
Amar Nath Jha Versus Nand Kishore Singh: The first Supreme Court Landmark Judgements is in spite of the fact that the FIR is not an encyclopedia of the crime, absence of certain necessary facts, which were conspicuously deleted in the First Information Report (FIR), pointed in the direction of suspicion that the crime itself may be staged.
Raju Manjhi Vs.State of Bihar:
Test Identification Parade is not a piece of substantive evidence. Its purpose is only to help the investigating agency ascertain as to whether the investigation in the case is hearing in the right direction or not? The absence to grab it may not make in-admissible the proof of identification in the court.
Kanika Goel Vs. State of Delhi:
For custody of the minor child, the issue ought not to be decided on the basis of rights of the parties claiming custody of the minor child but the facts should constantly remain on whether the factum of the best interest of the minor child.
Lalit Yadav Vs. State of Chhattisgarh:
For Section 376 and Section 342 every attempt should be made by all the courts not to disclose the identity of the victim in terms of section 228(A) of IPC.
DevidasLaka Rathod Vs. State of Maharashtra:
The doctrine of the burden of proof in the context of the plea of insanity-Accused is entitled to the benefit of the exception under section 84 of the Indian Penal Code because of the preponderance of his medical condition during occurrence as revealed from the materials & evidence proof on record.
VaijnathKondiba Vs. State of Maharashtra:
Abetment of Suicide “workload” or “Work Stress” by itself is not a ground to prove a charge of abetment to suicide against the employer/Superior officer.
Aruna Shan Bhag Roy Vs.Union of India:
In March 2018, Supreme Court permitting passive euthanasia. The Supreme Court of India held that the right to die with dignity is also a fundamental right.
Tehseen S.Poonawalia Vs. UOI (Supreme Court Landmark Judgements)
The Supreme Court of India condemned the latest incidents of lynching and mob violence against Dalits Logs and the members of the minority community as “horrendous acts of Mobocracy”, asked Parliament to pass the law establishing lynching as a separate crime with punishment.
State of Karnataka Vs.M.R. Hiremath:
Failure to produce the certificate under section 65 (B) of the Indian Evidence Act 1872 along with the charge sheet is not fatal to the prosecution.
Amit Hamza Shaikh Versus Maharashtra State – The victim has a right to guide the court in a trial before the magistrate.
Ashish Jain Versus Markrand Singh: Fingerprints evidence of the accused obtained without the order of magistrate will not be illegal.
Rupali Devi Vs. UP – Supreme Court Landmark Judgements
Section 498-A case can be filed at a place where a woman driven out of a matrimonial house takes shelter.
Ravinder Kaur Garewal Vs.Manjit Kaur: Person claiming title by adverse possession can maintain a suit under Article 65 of Limitation Act 1963. This is last but not least of the top 13 Supreme Court Landmark Judgements.