Friday, September 13, 2013

CSS Law 2 Paper 2013

Q.1. (i) Select the best option/answer and fill in the appropriate Circle on the OMR Answer Sheet. (20x1=20)
(ii) Answers given anywhere, other than OMR Answer Sheet, shall not be considered.
1.  Whosoever attempts to commit Qatl-i-Amad in the name of or the pretext of honour shall be punished
with imprisonment of not less than:
(a)10 years  (b)5 years  (c)7 years  (d)None of these
2.  “A” offers a bribe to “B”, a public servant, as a reward for showing “A” some favour in the exercise of
B’s official function. “B” accepts the bribe. “A” has abetted the offence defined in Section:
(a)503 P.P.C  (b)161 P.P.C  (c)511 P.P.C  (d)None of these
3.  “A” makes an attempt to pick the pocket of “Z” by thrusting his hand into Z’s pocket. “A” fails in the
attempt in consequence of Z’s having nothing in his pocket. “A” is guilty of offence under Section:
(a)379 P.P.C  (b)411 P.P.C  (c)511 P.P.C  (d)None of these
4.  “A” unlawfully digs a pit in the thoroughfare, but, without any intension to cause death or harm of any
person. “B” while passing falls in it and is killed. “A” has committed:
(a)Qatl-i-Khata  (b)Qatl-Bis-Sabab (c)Qatl-Shibh-i-Amad  (d)None of these
5.  “A” aims at a deer but misses the target and kills “Z”. “A” is guilty of:
(a)Qatl-i-Amad  (b)Qatl-i-Khata  (c)Qatl-Shibh-i-Amad  (d)None of these
6.  Section 411 P.P.C relates to:
(a)Extortion (b)Dacoity (c)Dishonestly receiving stolen property  (d)None of these
7.  “A” threat to injure the reputation of any deceased person in whom the person threatened is interested is
punishable under Section:
(a)506 P.P.C  (b)500 P.P.C  (c)508 P.P.C  (d)None of these
8.  In culpable homicide amounting to murder:
(a)Intention/knowledge is an essential ingredient  (b)Intention/knowledge has no relevance at all
(c)Motive not set up need not to be proved (d)None of these
9.  Trial is a judicial proceedings which ends in:
(a)Conviction/acquittal  (b)Discharge  (c)Both (a) and (b) (d)None of these
10.  Sections 241 Cr.P.C to 249 Cr.P.C are applicable to trials before:
(a)High Court  (b)Session Court  (c)Magistrate  (d)None of these
11.  A woman being accused of any offence not punishable with death has been detained for such offence is
entitled to bail after expiry of the period of:
(a)Five months  (b)Six months  (c)One year  (d)None of these
12.  The accuse shall not render himself liable to punishment by refusing to answer any question under
Section 342 Cr.P.C or by giving false answer to them.
(a)True  (b)False  (c)None of these
13.  Criminal Procedure is code of:
(a)Substantive law (b)Adjective law  (c)Both (a) and (b) (d)None of these
14.  In every case where accused is convicted, the copy of judgement shall be given to him:
(a)Immediately  (b)After 7 days  (c)On confirmation by High Court (d)None of these
15.  Proof ‘beyond any reasonable shadow of doubt’ is a sine qua non in:
(a)Civil matters  (b)Criminal cases  (c)Service matters  (d)None of these
16.  A judgement in rem is valid against:
(a)Entire world  (b)In personam  (c)Both (a) and (b) (d)None of these
17.  Confession made under the promise of secrecy is:
(a)Admissible  (b)Inadmissible  (c)Objectionable  (d)None of these
18.  An irrebuttable presumption is:
(a)Inconclusive proof of a fact  (b)Conclusive proof of a fact
(c)Can be contradicted  (d)None of these
19.  Statement of the accused under Section 342 Cr.P.C shall be recorded on:
(a)Oath  (b)Without oath  (c)Subject to discretion of court  (d)None of these
20.  Doctrine of estoppel:
(a)Applies to a minor  (b)Does not apply to a minor
(c)Applies to a minor for acts and omission of others  (d)None of these
NOTE: (i)  Part-IIis to be attempted on the separate Answer Book.
(ii)Candidate must write Q. the Answer Bookin accordance with Q. the Q. Paper.
(iii)Attempt ONLY FIVE questions from PART-II, selecting at least ONEquestion from EACH
SECTION. ALL questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iv) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.
Q.No.2.  What are identification parades? Under what Article of Qanun-e-Shahadat Order are
they relevant and what is their evidentiary value?  (16)
Q.No.3.  Under what circumstances, facts which are not otherwise relevant, become relevant.
State and explain the provisionsin Qanun-e-Shahadat Order.  (16)
Q.No.4.  Write a short note on: Examination in Chief, Cross Examination, Re-examination and
Leading Questions.  (16)
Q.No.5. Explain the processes to compel the appearance of a person before a Criminal Court.  (16)
Q.No.6. What is Confession? How it can be recorded? Whether the statement under Section 164
Cr.P.C can be used against the accused and under what circumstances.  (16)
Q.No.7. Write a short note on ‘FIR’,Dying Declaration’, ‘Discharge’ and ‘Charge’.  (16)
Q.No.8.  What is difference between ‘Cheating’, ‘misappropriation’ and ‘theft’? Discuss in
detail.  (16)
Q.No.9.  When a person is accused of an offence the ‘burden of proof’ is on the prosecution,
What are the exceptions to this rule?  (16)
Q.No.10. Define and explain:
(a) Qisas (b) Badl-i-Sulah (c) Diyat
(d) Arsh (e) Daman


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