LLB Part 3 Criminal Procedure Code and Medical Jurisprudence Past Papers 2007-2019

Criminal Procedure Code & Medical Jurisprudence or Cr.PC is the second paper of LL.B part 3 and a compulsory paper for every student. Its past papers can give a good understanding of the paper to prepare better before the examination. Check out the following year-wise indexing to see the relevant past paper of LL.B part 3 Criminal Procedure Code:

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LL.B Part 3 Criminal Procedure Code & Medical Jurisprudence Past Papers 2007 to onward

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2007 Paper II

i) Attempt SIX questions in all, selecting FIVE questions from Part-I (16 Marks each) and ONE question from Part II (20 Marks).

PART-1

Q.1 What is FIR? What are its essentials and importance in criminal cases?

Q.2 What is bail? Can it be claimed as a matter of right in non-bailable offenses What are different grounds for the grant of such bail?

Q.3 What is the warrant? When a police officer may arrest without a warrant?

Q.4 Discuss the procedure for. prosecution of offenses against a state-provided in Cr.P.C.
Q.5 What are the powers of the High Court to issue directions of the nature of Habeas Corpus?

Q.6 What are inquiry, investigation and trial and what is the distinction among them?

Q.7 Discuss the law relating to the issue of the commission under Cr.P.C.

Q.8 What is meant joinder of charges? Discuss the law on the subject.

Q.9 Discuss the procedure of trial of a criminal case by a Court of the session.

Q.10 In what cases sentence awarded by Courts require confirmation in order to make it final? Which Court confirms it and what are the powers of Appellate Court in such cases?

PART -II

Q.11 What are the different methods of taking fingerprints? What is their use and importance in criminal proceedings?

Q.12What is the Medico-Legal Report? Discuss its importance.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2008 Paper II

Part-I

Q.1 What is meant by FIR? What are its essentials? Also discuss its importance in criminal cases.

Q.2 Discuss the powers of a magistrate to control the dispute over possession of the immovable property.

Q 3. Discuss various classes of criminal courts.

Q.4 Can a property regarding which an offense appears to have been committed be -given in some custody, order to be sold or otherwise disposed of pending trial? Discuss.

Q.5 What is meant by the “Identification Parade”? What procedure has been provided for it in Cr.PC?

Q.6  What is Bail? Discuss the law on the grant of bail before the arrest?

Q.7 What are the powers of the High Court to issue directions of the nature of Habeas Corpus?

Q.7 Discuss the procedure for the prosecution of offenses against the state provided in Cr.PC.

Q.8 ‘What is meant by joinder of charges? Discuss the law on the subject.

Q.9 In what cases sentence awarded by Courts require confirmation in order to make it final? Which court confirms it and what are the powers of appellate Court in such cases?.

Part-II

Q.11 What is the “Medico-Legal Report”? Discuss its importance.

Q.12 Explain and distinguish between Homicidal, suicidal and accidental wounds?

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2009 Paper II

Part-I

Q.1 What is meant by Bail before arrest? Discuss the law provided on Cr.PC for grant of such bail.

Q2 What is confession? How is it recorded? What is the law on the subject provided in Cr.PC?

Q3 What is meant by the ‘Identification Parade” what procedure has been provided for it in Cr.PC?

Q4 What are the powers of High Court directions of the nature of Habeas Corpus.

Q5 Can session judge or magistrate quite an accused at any stage before the conclusion of the trial? Discuss the law on the subject.

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Q6 What is meant by the habitual offenders? Can he be asked to furnish security for good behavior and for what period?

Q7 What is meant by appeal? How is it distinguished from review and revision?

Q8 Discuss the powers of a magistrate to control the dispute over possession of the immovable property.

Q9 “No one should be convicted twice for the same offense”. Discuss the law on the subject.

Q10 What is the Warrant? When can a police officer arrest without a warrant?

Part-II

Q11 Distinguish between the Homicidal Suicidal and Accidental wounds.

Q12 Who are the objects of Post-Mortem examination?

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2010 Paper II

Part-I

Q.1. Define the following:

i. Advocate General.

ii.Non–cognizable offense

iii. Complaint

iv. Investigation

Q.2.Define and distinguish between Investigation, Inquiry, and trial.

Q.3.What is a compoundable offense? What is the legal effect of a valid compromise?

Q.4.What are the principles for grant of Bail in non-bailable cases/offenses?

Q.5.What is the procedure laid down in recording the “confession” of an accused person? Explain in detail.

Q.6.Is there any Provision in Cr.P.C. where can a Court put an end to the proceedings without concluding the trial and acquit an accused?

Q.7.Who is an approver? By whom and on what conditions Pardon can be granted to an accused/accomplice? Discuss the relevant law.

Q.8. Describe the various classes of criminal courts and their powers with reference to trial and quantum of sentence under Cr.P.C.

Q.9.What is meant by appeal? How it can be distinguished from revision in Cr.P.C? Discuss the law.

Q10. No one should be convicted twice for the same offence. Discuss law on the subject.

Q.11 What are the different methods of taking fingerprints? What is their use and importance in criminal proceedings?

Q.12 Distinguish in detail between the Suicidal, Accidental and Homicidal wounds.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2011 Paper II

PART-I

Q.1 What is the basic difference between the Statement recorded by a police. officer under Section 154 and 161 Cr.PC? What is the purpose of two statements?

Q.2 What reasons weigh with a court in allowing bail before arrest and bail after arrest in the cognizable offence?

Q.3 What is Charge? For every Charge there has to be a separate trial their any Exception to this rule? Explain and it illustrates.

Q.4 Explain the concept of imprisonment in default of security. Is Session Judge empowered to release person imprisoned for failing to give security?

Q.5 What Law Procedure is to be followed where dispute concerning land etc. is likely to cause the breach of peace? Explain the law regarding inquiry as to possession.

Q.6 Can the appellate court suspend the sentence pending appeal or release of the appellant On bail? Discuss with relevant law.

Q.7 What is Habeas Corpus? Can a Session Judge within the territorial
limits of Sessions Division Exercise this Power? Explain.

Q.8 What is an FIR? Is there any provision of law that for the same offense, a second FIR be lodged Explain.

Q.9 What is the difference between Section 529 and 530 of Cr.PC? Discuss in detail.

Q.10 What’s the difference in the inquiry of a police in a Suicide matter, and inquiry by the magistrate into the cause of death? Explain.

PART-II

Q.11 What are the different methods of taking fingerprints? What is the importance of fingerprints in criminal proceedings.

Q.12 What is a medico-legal report? How it is different from post-mortem report? Explain and illustrate.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2012 Paper II

Part-I

Q.1 Define the following:

(a) Non-bailable offence (b) Bailable offence
(c) Cognizable case (d) Inquiry

Q.2 What is meant by “SUMMARY TRIAL”? What offenses can be summarily tried and by whom?

Q.3 What are different modes of production of an accused before a court under Cr.PC?

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Q.4 Discuss the powers of a Magistrate to control the dispute over possession of the immovable property.

Q.5 What Is confession? How it is recorded? What is the law on the subject provided in Cr.PC?

Q.6 “No one can be convicted twice for the same offense”. Discuss law on the subject.

Q.7. What are the circumstances when Police can arrest a person without a warrant of arrest?

Q.8 State the provisions of law relating of Tender of Pardon to an accomplice.

Q.9 Discuss rules of law relating to the transfer of criminal cases.

Q.10 Discuss the Inherent powers available to the High Court to prevent abuse of process of court or secure ends of Justice.

Part-II

Q.11 What is the Post-mortern Examination? Explain its importance and objects.

Q.12 What is the medico-legal report? Discuss its importance in criminal cases.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2013 Paper II

Q1 Discuss “Actus Rea” as an essential ingredient of a crime.

Q2 What do you understand by a principle of vicarious liability?

Q3 What methods may be adopted for the treatment of criminals in prison to made them good and useful citizens?

Q4 Define the term Crime. How would you distinguish, it from tort?

Q5 Discuss the causes of juvenile delinquency in Pakistan.

Q6 Write a detailed not on “White Collar” crime. With special reference to Pakistani context.

Q7 Critically examine Bonger’s theory of Economic Structure and crime.

Q8 Discuss the nature of various offenses relating to a person in accordance with the statutory provisions of the Pakistan Penal Code.

Q9 What are the different theories of Punishment? Discuss in detail.

Q10 What are the causation of crimes in Pakistan? Also suggest various techniques to eradicate crimes in Pakistan.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2014 Paper II

Part-I

Q1 Define the following:

(i) Complaint, (ii) Inquiries
(iii)Non-Cognizable case (iv) Bailable offence

Q2 What is warrant? When a police officer can arrest without warrant?

Q3 What is meant by bail before arrest? Discuss the law provided in Cr.p.c. for grant of such Bail?

Q4. What is meant by appeal? How can it be distinguished from Review and Revision?

Q5 What is meant by the “Identification Parade”? What procedure has been provided for it in Cr.P.C.

Q6 According to the provision in Cr.P.C. a court of competent jurisdiction has the power to end the proceedings without concluding the trial and acquit the accused. Discuss.

Q7 Can session judge or Magistrate quit an accused at any stage before the conclusion of the trial? Discuss law on the subject.

Q8 Discuss the powers of the High Court to issue directions of the nature of HABEAS CORPUS?

Q9 No one should be convicted twice for the same offense? Discuss the law on the subject.

Q10 How may an office in charge of a police station arrest a vagabond or habitual offender?

Part-II

Q11 What are the objects of the post-Mortem Examination?

Q12 Distinguish between the Homicidal, Suicidal and Accidental wounds.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2015 Paper II

Part-I

(Code of Criminal Procedure)

Q1 What are different modes of production of and accused before a Court under the Cr.PC?

Q2 What is meant by Charge and what are its essentials? Whether a separate charge should be framed for every distinct offense. Discuss it in detail.

Q3 What is Habeas Corpus? Can a Sessions judge exercise this power within the territorial limits of Sessions Divisions? Explain.

Q4 What is meant by Bail? Can it be claimed as a matter of right in a non-bailable offence?

Q5 What is meant by APEAL? How can it be distinguished be Review and Revision?

Q6 Discuss powers of the HIGH COURT and Provincial Government to transfer cases and appeals.

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Q7 According to the Code of Criminal Procedure, a court of competent jurisdiction has the power to end the proceedings without concluding the trial and acquit the accused, Discuss.

Q8 Define the term “JUDGE”. Explain the procedure of recording a judgment. Can it be altered after its pronouncement?

Q9 Discuss the powers of HIGH COURT to issue directions of the nature of HABEAS CORPUS?
Q10 How many an officer in charge of a police station arrest vagabond or habitual offender?

Part-II (Medical Jurisprudence)

Q11 When and how a Post Mortem is conducted? Discuss in detail its importance in criminal trials.

Q12 What is the procedure for taking figure prints? What is their importance in Criminal Cases?

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2017 Paper II

Part-I

Q.1 Criminal proceedings may be declared as vitiated in case of some irregularities during a trial. Explain those circumstances under Cr.PC.

Q.2 What is Confession? How is it recorded? What is the law on the subject provided in Cr.PC?

Q.3 What is meant by FIRST INFORMATION REPORT? Discuss the importance of FIR in criminal cases.

Q.4 What are the grounds for the transfer of criminal cases by a High Court from one subordinate to another subordinate court. provided in the Criminal Procedure Code?

Q.5 Double jeopardy means to prosecute and punish twice on the ground of the same offense. Explain the law.

Q.6 What is the Warrant? When a police officer can arrest without a warrant?

Q.7 In what cases sentence awarded by Courts requires confirmation in order to make it final? Which court confirms it and what the powers of appellate Court in such cases.

Q.8 Discuss the procedure of trial of a criminal case by a Court of Sessions.

Q.9 What is the difference between Section 529 and 530 of Cr P.C.? Discuss it in detail.

Q.10 Discuss rules of law relating to the transfer of criminal cases.

Part-II

Q.11 In criminal cases, a medico-legal report is substantive proof to punish an accused. Throw light on it thoroughly.

Q.12 Distinguish between the Homicidal, suicidal and accidental wounds.

Criminal Procedure Code LL.B PART-III ANNUAL 2019 Paper II

NOTE: Attempt SIX questions in all, selecting FIVE questions from Part-I (16 marks each) and ONE question from Part-II (20 marks for each).

PART-1 (Criminal Procedure Code)

1. PART-1 (Criminal Procedure Code) Define arrest and discuss the procedure for the arrest of a person in Cr.P.C.

2. Discuss the principle of the proclamation of person absconding, can the property of such person be attached, if sounder, what procedure?

3. Describe the various classes of Criminal Courts and their powers reference to trial and quantum of sentence under Cr.P.C.

4. What are the different modes of production of an accused before a court under Cr.P.C?

5. State circumstances under which Court may issue a search warrant? What legal requirements are essential to satisfy for making the recoveries credible?

6. What do you understand by illegalities and irregularities? Which of these vitiate and which of these do not vitiate proceedings.

7. What is the procedure laid down in law for prosecution against the prosecution for acts done by a public officer in the discharge of official duty. Whether sanction for prosecution is essential if so give detail.

8. Discuss the relevant law in temporary order in urgent cases of nuisance.

9. State the provision of law relating to Tender of Pardon to an accomplice.

10.  Define the following:

  • Charge
  • Complaint
  • Judicial Proceedings
  • Offence

Part-II (Medical Jurisprudence)

11. In criminal cases, medico-legal report is a substantive proof to punish an accused. Throw light on it throughly.

12. What points are usually noted for the purpose of identification of dead body or of fragmentary remains of a dead body at the time of post-mortem examination?

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Murad Saffique
Murad Saffique
1 year ago

Awesome experience I have through this post. A lot of papers in one place. Thanks for this post