ADPP Past Paper 2016

Here you will find the Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper 2016. ADPP past papers are very beneficial during preparation. So if you about to sit in the competitive examination of ADPP then you must read out all the past question in this ADPP past paper.

Assistant District Public Prosecutor (ADPP) Past Paper

The following questions were given in the ADPP past paper:

1. It is a statement on oath made by a dying person to a Magistrate in the presence of the accused and his lawyer who has the opportunity of cross-examining him:

A. Dying deposition
B. Subpoena
C. Bruising
D. Hematoma
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2. Before the statement of dying deposition is made, the medical officer must certify that the victim is:
A. Compos mentis
B. Subpoena
C. Bruising
D. Hematoma
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3. _________ means taking out body after the burial:

A. Exhumation
B. Anti-Mortem
C. Both of them
D. None of them
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4. What is the limit of time for exhumation?

A. No time limit
B. Two Years
C. Three years
D. Five years
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5. _________ is a form of asphyxia caused by the mechanical obstruction to the passage of air into the respiratory tract by means other than construction of the neck and drowning
A. Strangulation
B. Coma
C. Syncope
D. Suffocation
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6. Following are the causes of suffocation:

A. Smothering
B. Choking
C. Traumatic Asphyxia
D. All of the above
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7. Which of the following sections of the Control of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997 does not apply to cases falling under section 40 of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997?

A. 64
B. 63
C. 65
D. 67
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8. According to section 66 all offences mentioned in chapter two of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 are:

A. Extraditable
B. Politics
C. Civil
D. None of above
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9. Which of the following acts are repeated after the enforcement of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997:

A. The Opium Act 1857, Opium Act 1878
B. The Dangerous Drugs Act 1930
C. Control of Narcotic Substances Ordinance 1997
D. All of above
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10. What is the colour of dead body whose death took place due to suffocation:

A. Greenish
B. Blueish
C. Reddish
D. None of These
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11. The age of an individual cane be determined with the considerable degree of accuracy from the combination of data provided by:

A. Area and Location
B. Whiteness of Hairs
C. Ossification of bones
D. All of these
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12. “Opium” means:

A. Poppy straw
B. The spontaneously coagulated juice of capsules of poppy
C. Mixture with or without natural materials of Poppy straw but does not include any preparation containing not more than 0.2 percent of morphine
D. All of above
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13. __________ means any substance which may be used for the production or manufacture of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substance:

A. Coca derivative
B. Controlled substances
C. Medical hemp
D. None of these
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14. Which government shall establish as many centers as maybe deemed necessary for de-toxification, de-addiction, education, after-care, rehabilitation, social integration of addicts:

A. Provincial Government
B. District Government
C. Federal Government
D. None of These
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15. A person who cultivates the narcotic plants illegally, he shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to:

A. Seven year, or with fine, or with both
B. Nine year, or with fine, or with both
C. Six year, or with fine, or with both
D. Five year, or with fine, or with both
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16. Which authority has power to issue remand of offender:

A. Provincial Government
B. High Court
C. Special Court
D. None of these
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17. These are two sets of teeth, viz, temporary, and permanent, Temporary teeth are also known as:

A. Milk teeth
B. Deciduous teeth
C. Baby teeth
D. All of above
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18. Total number of temporary teeth are:

A. Twenty Five
B. Twenty Four
C. Twenty
D. Twenty six
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19. _________ is defined as a form of violent asphyxia caused by constricting the neck by some means, the constricting force being other than the weight of the body:

A. Strangulation
B. Coma
C. Syncope
D. None of these
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20. Cardiac term is related to____________:

A. Brain
B. Heart
C. Lungs
D. None of these
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21. What is Rigor Mortis:

A. Rigidity of Dead body
B. Rigidity of sentence
C. Postmortem rules
D. None of these
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22. In summer jail is locked up at:

A. 4 P.M
B. 5 P.M
C. After sunset
D. Before sunset
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23. What is the total strength of prisoner in central jail:

A. 500
B. 1000
C. 2000
D. 4000
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v 24. __________ class having accommodation ordinarily for less than 300 prisoners with sentence upto one year:

A. Second Class
B. First Class
C. Fourth Class
D. Third Class
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25. Rigor Mortis after appear on dead body remains ________:

A. 24 hours
B. 12 hours
C. 36 hours
D. None of above
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26. Rigor Mortis first appear on which part of the body:

A. Heart
B. Eyelids
C. Face
D. Lungs
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27. The last organ which is affected by Rigor Mortis:

A. Finger and Toe
B. Kidney
C. Liver
D. Face
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28. After execution, Body remains suspended for ___________:

A. One hour
B. Half an hour
C. Twenty minutes
D. None of these
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29. Execution shall not take place on _______________:

A. Sunday
B. Gazette holidays
C. The day following Sunday and holiday
D. All of above
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30. Execution shall not take place in which of the following month:

A. Rajab
B. Shawal
C. Muharram
D. Ramadan
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31. Execution shall take place at ___________ from May to August:

A. 4:00 A.M
B. 4:30 A.M
C. 5:30 A.M
D. 6:30 A.M
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32. After execution who return the warrant of execution to sessions judge with an endorsement to the effect that the sentence has been carried out:

A. Deputy Superintendent Jail
B. Superintendent jail
C. Assistant Superintendent Jail
D. None of these
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33. How many maximum spectators may be admitted with the sanction of the superintendent, to witness the execition:

A. Ten
B. Twelve
C. Fifteen
D. Twenty
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34. After execution, the body shall remain suspended for half an hour ad it will be taken down with the clearance of _________:

A. Superintendent
B. Medical officer
C. Deputy Superintendent
D. None of these
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35. Sternum is a bone found in which part of body:

A. Skull
B. Arm
C. Chest
D. Face
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36. Tibia is a bone found in the:

A. Skull
B. Arm
C. Leg
D. Face
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37. Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 came into force on:

A. 7th July, 1996
B. 7th July, 1997
C. 7th July, 1998
D. 7th July, 1999
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38. Cannabis (hemp) means:

A. Cannabis resin (charas)
B. Any mixture with or without neutral materials of cannabis or any drink prepared there form
C. The flowering or fruiting tops of the cannabis plant
D. All
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39. Total sections of Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997 are:

A. 78
B. 76
C. 31
D. 55
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40. National Fund for control of Drug Abuse is established under the section of ___________:

A. 53
B. 54
C. 52
D. 48
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41. What is the maximum age of child is mentioned is Juvenile. Justice System Ordinance, 2000:

A. 16 years
B. 17 years
C. 18 years
D. 21 years
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42. Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000 came into force in:

A. 1st July 2000
B. 1st July, 2001
C. 1st July, 2002
D. 1st July, 2003
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43. Which statement is correct:

A. No joint trial of a child and adult person
B. joint trial of a child and adult person
C. Both are correct
D. None of above
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44. There are _________ classes of district prisons:

A. 8
B. 6
C. 4
D. 3
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45. A person performs the functions of Probation Officer under Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000 is appointed by:

A. Provincial Government
B. District Government
C. federal Government
D. None of these
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46. _____ class having accommodation ordinarily for less than 300 prisoners with the sentence upto one year:

A. Second Class
B. First Class
C. Fourth Class
D. Third Class
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47. According to section ________ of Cr.P.C, the deposition of a civil Surgeon or other medical witness, taken and attested by a Magistrate in the presence of the accused, or taken on commission under Chapter XL, may be given in evidence in any inquiry, trial, or other proceeding. The Court may, if it thinks fit, summon, and examine such deponent as the subject matter of his deposition:

A. 509
B. 409
C. 510
D. 511
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48. Coccyx and Sacrum are bones found in the:

A. Skull
B. Arm
C. Leg
D. Pelvis
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49. Femur is a bone of:

A. Pectoral girdle
B. Hip girdle
C. Thigh
D. Arms
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50. A child under _______ is presumed by law to be incapable of committing an offence and is therefore exempt from punishment; except under Section 140 of Railways Act:

A. 12 Years
B. 14 Years
C. 17 Years
D. 7 Years
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51. In which of the following offences there is no ordinary or special remission:

A. Espionage
B. Anti-State
C. Both a&b
D. None of these
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52. Cranium is a bone found in the:

A. Skull
B. arm
C. Leg
D. Foot
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53. Newly admitted prisoners may be kept in a quarantine for how many maximum days:

A. Three Days
B. Four Days
C. Five Days
D. None of these
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54. What are the maximum prison labour hours in a day for prisoner:

A. 6 hours
B. 7 hours
C. 8 hours
D. 9 hours
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55. Which of the following sentences are not given to child prisoner:

A. Rigorous Imprisonment
B. Death punishment
C. Handcuffed
D. all of above
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56. What is the maximum period of solitary confinement when the term of imprisonment does not exceed six months:

A. One month
B. two month
C. three month
D. all of above
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57. Prisoner can issue the cheque for not more than _________ at one time once a week for maintenance of his dependents:

A. 6000 Rupees
B. 7000 Rupees
C. 8000 Rupees
D. 5000 Rupees
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58. A, B and C are sentenced respectively to one month’s imprisonment on the 29th, 30th, 31st January 2010. All the three sentences will expire on the (ADPP 2009):

A. 28th February
B. 27th Februray
C. 1st March
D. None of above
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59. On taking cognizance of an offence, the Juvenile Court shall decide the case within:

A. Five Months
B. Four months
C. Six months
D. Nine month
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60. Juvenile court means a Court established under section ________ of Juvenile Justice System Ordinance:

A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7
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61. Which section of Juvenile Justice System Ordinance deals with “No joint trial of a child and adult person are held together”:

A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
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62. A person who commits a crime but is below the age of sixteen is termed as a:

A. Small offender
B. Youthful offender
C. Offender
D. none of these
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63. __________ is a superficial injury involving only the superficial layers of the skin. It is caused by friction or pressure between the skin and some rough object:

A. Abrasion
B. Injury
C. Damage
D. None of these
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64. A fresh abrasion is __________ in colour:

A. Blue
B. Red
C. Green
D. Yellow
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65. According to 510 section of Cr.P.C which report is very important:

A. Serological report
B. Police repot
C. Body test report
D. none of these
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66. How many kinds of prisons are in ________ Pakistan:

A. 8
B. 6
C. 4
D. 5
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67. The prisons shall have accommodation ordinarily for more than 1000 prisoners irrespective of length of sentence and shall be in each division of a province:

A. Special Prisons
B. District Prisons
C. Central Prisons
D. None of these
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68. These are three classes of district prisons. Having accommodation ordinary 500 prisoners or more with sentence upto 5 years:

A. Second class
B. First Class
C. third Class
D. Fourth Class
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69. _______ class having accommodation ordinarily for 300 prisoners or more but less than 500 with sentence upto 3 years and:

A. Second Class
B. Third class
C. Fourth class
D. First class
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70. Which section of Juvenile Justice System Ordinance deals with Appeal:

A. 13
B. 14
C. 15
D. 16
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71. Giving false evidence is an offence under PPC as given in section:

A. 189
B. 191
C. 190
D. 192
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72. A writ which is not a writ if right but is a discretionary one Ordinarily it is a invoked in those cases where a quasi-judicial authority has either acted in access of jurisdiction or failed to observe the principles of natural justice is known as:

A. Writ of Mandamus
B. Writ of prohibition
C. Writ of Quo warrants
D. Writ of certiorari
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73. After execution who return the warrant of execution to sessions judge with an endorsement to the effect that the sentence has been carried out:

A. Deputy Superintendent jail
B. Superintendent Jail
C. Assitant Superintendent Jail
D. None of these
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74. A order which may be quashed by mandamus and not be certiorari is:

A. Judicial Order
B. Legislative Order
C. Administrative Order
D. None of these
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75. Error being on the fore face or record, a writ which can be issued is:

A. Mandamus
B. Certiorari
C. Prohibition
D. Habeas-Corpus
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76. Misinterpretation of provisions of law being illegality would invoke a:

A. Writ of Mandamus
B. writ of Prohibition
C. Writ of Quo warrants
D. Writ of Certiorari
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77. There is no rule regarding Certiorari, as there is with Mandamus, that is will be only where there is no other equally effective remedy provided the requisite grounds exist, although a right of appeal has been conferred by a statute even then a writ which would lie is a writ of:

A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Quo warranto
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78. Rigor Mortis after appear on dead body remains _________:

A. 24 hours
B. 12 hours
C. 36 hours
D. None of above
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79. In absence of any Payer by an aggrieved person, a writ of certiorari can:

A. Suo-moto be issued by the court
B. Non Suo-moto issued by the court
C. Not to be invoked
D. All of above
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80. The writ of Certiorari is also used in some jurisdictions to review, not only proceedings of inferior courts but also:

A. Proceedings of inferior officers
B. Proceedings of boards
C. Proceedings of tribunals
D. All of above
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81. The writ whose object is to curb excess of jurisdiction to keep inferior courts and tribunals within their bounds, is called:

A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Habeas-Corpus
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82. A writ which would be issued to the government only is a case in which the action is clearly in violation of something having the force of law is:

A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Quo-Warrants
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83. The writ which could not be claimed as a matter of right is:

A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Quo-Warrants
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84. Where the petitioner has not made a demand for justice and consequently the demand has not been refused, the court would not issue a writ of:

A. Habeas Corpus
B. Certiorari
C. Mandamus
D. Prohibition
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85. A writ which would be issued only where a legal right vests in the petitioner and a corresponding statutory or public duty is to be performed by the respondent is called:

A. Mandamus
B. Certiorari
C. Quo-Warrants
D. Prohibition
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86. Equity is no consideration in issuing writ of:

A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Habeas-Corpus
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87. A writ which does not issue for the enforcement of a contact is:
A. Certiorari
B. Mandamus
C. Prohibition
D. Habeas Corpus
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88. Total sections of Control of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997 are:
A. 78
B. 76
C. 31
D. 55
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89. The age of an individual can be determined with a considerable degree of accuracy from consideration of data provided by:

A. Area and location
B. Whiteness of Hairs
C. Ossification of bones
D. All of these
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90. Post arrest Bail is granted Under Section:

A. 491-Cr.P.C
B. 100-Cr.P.C
C. 497-Cr.P.C
D. All of these
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91. Who has power of entry, search, seizure, and arrest without warrant under Control of Narcotic Substances Act, 1997?

A. Sub-inspector
B. Constable
C. Head Constable
D. None of these
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92. Special Courts established under:

A. Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000
B. Control Of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997
C. Both of them
D. None of these
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93. Women prisoners shall be allowed to keep their children with them till they attain the age of:

A. Three years
B. Six years
C. Seven years
D. All of above
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94. The Federal Government may appoint a Special Prosecutor who is an:

A. Advocate of a High Court
B. Sessions judge
C. Judge of a High Court
D. None of these
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95. Pakistan’s Anti-Narcotics Force is currently headed by:

A. Major General Syed Shakeel Hussain
B. Mr. Tariq Khosa
C. Major General Shahzad Malik
D. Major General Azhar
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95. The name of the statue relating to criminal proceedings in Pakistan is:

A. Cr.P.C
B. Criminal Procedure Code
C. The code of Criminal Procedure
D. Hematoma
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96. Which bail bond is accompanied by an affidavit:

A. Bail before arrest
B. Bail after arrest
C. Bail in bail-able cases
D. None of these
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97. In criminal cases the accused appears on which side of the judge:

A. Right
B. left
C. Middle
D. Either side
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98. How many maximum spectators may be admitted with the sanctions of the superintendent, to witness the execution:

A. Ten
B. twelve
C. Fifteen
D. Twenty
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99. Public servant can be called as a witness:

A. Through process of Court
B. By parties themselves
C. By an other appropriate mean
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100. The doctrine which, prevent the Courts of concurrent jurisdiction from simultaneously entertaining and adjudicating upon two parallel suits in respect of the same cause of action and the same subject matter is known as:

A. Res Judicate
B. Jus Cogens
C. Res Subjudice
D. Puberty
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