భారతీయ శిక్షాస్మృతి – IPC Law Sections List PDF In Telugu Free Download
Indian Penal Code In Telugu
A Penal Code, which is a Code of offenses and punishments, is then an auxiliary to the other departments of the law.
If many important questions concerning rights and duties are undetermined by the Civil law, it must often be doubtful whether the provisions of the Penal law do or do not apply to a particular case: we cannot know correctly if any given act is to be accounted an offense under the latter, while it is uncertain what recognition the Civil law gives to the right which has been infringed.
A Penal Code therefore necessarily partakes of the vagueness and uncertainty of the rest of the law. It cannot be clear and explicit while the substantive Civil law and the law of procedure are dark and confused.
While the rights of individuals and the powers of public functionaries are uncertain, it cannot always be certain whether those rights have been attacked or those powers exceeded.
But if a Code of offences and punishments is necessarily imperfect while other parts of a system of law are so, its defects may, to some degree, be removed by the mode in which the definitions of offences are framed.
The Indian Penal Code, although it comes into operation without the aid of a Code defining Civil rights, has the advantage that the law of procedure both in Civil and Criminal cases has been, in great measure, fixed and codified.
Many questions will doubtless still arise, occasioned by the uncertainty of other parts of the law, to perplex the criminal tribunals: but it will be found that the definitions and other provisions of this Code are framed to obviate, as much as may be such difficulties.
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భారతీయ శిక్షాస్మృతి – IPC Sections List PDF In Telugu Free Download