A SOCIO LEGAL STUDY ON CRIMINAL ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STATE OF GUJARAT
Keywords:Criminal Administration, Judiciary, Police, Constitution, Justice
The criminal justice system is incredibly expensive, complicated, and becoming increasingly crucial. When the impoverished are unable to approach the temple of justice, it is an indirect denial of justice to the weaker members of society. So, in these days, the courts have taken the lead and extended a helping hand to victims in order to get justice. At the moment, the judicial delivery system is evolving in order to provide relief to the general public. The researcher has researched this issue to determine what is necessary in today's society to get justice, and what the demands of this study are, and is attempting to convey from his or her own point of view. A socio-legal study is an examination of the link between society and the law. Criminal administration of justice is defined as "one's own activity and the structure of police and courts for the justice system in the discovery, investigation, anxiety, consultation, and trial of individuals accused of crime." The administration of justice is dependent on the personnel activities of the police, the public, and the court, for the victim to receive justice. The government has enacted several significant laws, such as the Indian Penal Code, cyber law, the Contract Act, and procedural law, such as the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Law of Evidence. However, the execution of these laws is contingent on these conditions. The three branches of government are the police, the public, and the judiciary. Everyone has been living according to their constitutional rights; no one can infringe on the rights of others since our constitution is based on democracy. And the basic core of our constitution is nature, distinctive features, preamble, fundamental rights, guiding principles, obligations, and so on.
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