About the Session
Section 154 of the CrPC prescribes the procedure of filing an FIR. Section 156 empowers police officers to investigate a case in their territorial jurisdiction without an order from the Magistrate. Section 190 provides for an investigation with the order of a Magistrate. Finally, section 173 of the CrPC provides for the submission of the final report by the police.
But what do these procedures mean in practice?
Join us this Saturday as Adv. Vineethkumar gives us a practical outlook on FIRs, investigation and the final report.
Date/ Day: 12th June, 2021/ Saturday.
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Platform: Google Meet
Medium of Instruction: English
Limited seats are available. Event registration and confirmation will be done on a first come first serve basis.
About the Speaker
Shri Vineethkumar V S
High Court of Kerala
Adv. Vineethkumar is a practicing criminal lawyer at the High Court of Kerala and several courts in Trivandrum for the past 29 years. He was appointed as a special public prosecutor for several sensational cases including the Salim Murder case, Hariharvarma murder case, Attingal twin murder case, and the Koliyoor murder case. He was also appointed as standing counsel for Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., United India Insurance Co. Ltd., IHRD (Govt. of Kerala), TRIDA (Trivandrum Development Authority) and served as legal counsel for Flowers Channel, 24 News, Today TV among many other companies and organizations. He is a guest faculty at Kerala Law Academy since 2000 and has served as a guest faculty for the Institute of Land Disaster Management. He has also handled several classes at various institutions such as the Trivandrum Bar Association, P.T.C and I.M.G. He is also the district governor for Y’s Men International (Trivandrum chapter).
About the Organizers
The Legal Boffin is a student-run legal blog born from the joint effort of the students and faculty of the Government Law College, Kozhikode. Our vision is to cultivate an interest in the Indian legal landscape by encouraging open dialogues, providing spaces for a free flow of knowledge, and making the skills and resources for legal research and writing accessible to all law students.