Mcq on Forensic Law

Enhance your Knowledge of Law (specially related to forensic science) by taking this test. This Test contains 100+ MCQs and every time you will get a series of 10 new objectives after attempting one series or refreshing this page. All correct answers will be given at the end of the examination along with your marks.

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#1. Dying declaration is to be preferably recorded by:

#2. Wildlife (Protection) Act in India was enacted in:

#3. Definition of sexual assault is in:

#4. The plant protected under Wildlife (Protection) Act is:

#5. Cheating is defined in following section of IPC:

#6. The homicide caused unintentionally by an act done in a good faith is:

#7. Medical Negligence comes under Following section of IPC:

#8. Intoxication as defense is contained in:

#9. 'Expert’ is defined in the following section:

#10. Law Presumes that every person is sane and the burden of providing mental illness is on him. This is according to:

#11. “Evidence is to be weighed and not counted” attracts which section of Evidence Act?

#12. If an accused voluntarily consents for Brain mapping and Narco analysis then such information is relevant under which section of Indian Evidence Act?

#13. Murder cases are tried in the following courts:

#14. NDPS Act is associated with:

#15. Corpus delecti means:

#16. Inquest means inquiry into:

#17. Section 27 of Indian Evidence Act is based on:

#18. Civil death may be presumed if one has not been heard for:

#19. Magistrate Inquest is done in cases of:

#20. The Opinion of Expert under section 45 is not relevant:

#21. Dowry deaths are booked under which Section of Indian Law:

#22. We have Judicial System to:

#23. An arrested person can not be detained by the Police for more than:

#24. Which of the following courts is not a court of trial?

#25. The most important human activity, leading to the extinction of wildlife is:

#26. The Supreme Court held, that forcing a person to undergo polygraph, brain mapping and narco analysis tests, as violation of:

#27. As per IPC (Indian Penal Code), Emasculation is classified as:

#28. The Indian Arms Act was enforced in:

#29. Murder is defined in Indian Penal Code, Section:

#30. The Right of Private defense is contained in:

#31. A Person may be charged together if in a year he conducts:

#32. Which Preliminary examination of a child is done to test his competency as a witness?

#33. In terms of maximum power, the Courts are in the following ascending order:

#34. A does sexual intercourse with a widow below 16 years of age with her consent:

#35. Judges in Courts of Session are appointed by:

#36. Causing disappearance of evidence of offence by a forensic scientist can be punished under:

#37. ________ is pillow for child sex abuse

#38. The death sentence before being executed is required to be confirmed by:

#39. Exhumation means:

#40. Which section of CrPC provides protection against double jeopardy?

#41. ‘Expert’ is defined in the following section:

#42. The evidence of Expert in the Court of Law is recorded in the following order:

#43. Evidence under the Evidence Act means and includes:

#44. A confession during the course of an investigation must be made before:

#45. The time limit for exhumation in India is:

#46. Section 489A, IPC describes:

#47. Narco Analysis Technique is against which Article of Constitution?

#48. Testamentary Capacity Means:

#49. It is important to separate witnesses at a crime scene in order to:

#50. A Person aggrieved by a refusal to register an FIR by the Police Station may send the report to:

#51. Which of the following officers cannot conduct enquiry into a dowry death?

#52. Section 16, NDPS Act 1985 describes punishment for contravention in relation to:

#53. Physical Evidence at the Crime Scene should be collected in the presence of:

#54. “Fact of which court must take judicial notice” is defined in:

#55. Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 was amended in which year?

#56. Which of the following witness can be asked a leading question during examination-in-chief?

#57. Which of the following types of inquests are presently held in India?

#58. Facts alleged by one party and denied by other in a case is a termed as:

#59. Which of the following officers cannot conduct enquiry into a dowry death?

#60. A Medical Examination of an accused can be done at the request of a police officer not below the rank of:

#61. Testamentary capacity is regulated by:

#62. Magistrate inquest is conducted in the following conditions, except:

#63. Section 15, NDPS Act 1985 describes punishment for contravention in relation to:

#64. Conduct money is paid for:

#65. Which of the following types of inquests are presently held in India?

#66. Hurt is described in following section of IPC:

#67. Who can be considered as an expert witness?

#68. In which section of the CrPC provision for free legal aid is given:

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#69. Section 17, NDPS Act 1985 describes punishment for contravention in relation to:

#70. When the Director, Deputy Director, Assistant Director of FSL are Summoned by court, he may depute any officer conversant with the case. This provision is made under Section:

#71. Who of the following is appointed as the Chairperson of National Board for Wild Life?

#72. Law of Evidence is:

#73. Which Article in the Constitution provide regulations for the subordinate Courts?

#74. Total ___ types of Grievous hurt are designated in IPC

#75. Acid attackers are punished under which of these sections of IPC?

#76. Police inquest is conducted under section:

#77. Which of these is incorrect about the first information report?

#78. What is the minimum punishment for those found guilty of acid attack?

#79. The term ‘Expert evidence’ is defined in section:

#80. Section 465, IPC describes:

#81. The evidence of Expert in the Court of Law is recorded in the following order:

#82. Which of the following courts is not a court of trial?

#83. Inquest is conducted under which of the following sections of Indian law?

#84. Forgery is defined in following section of IPC:

#85. Following Section is related to Poison:

#86. Which of the following section of Indian Evidence act-1872 describe ‘Dying Declaration’?

#87. Legal limit of blood alcohol levels for driving in India as prescribed by Motor Vehicle Act, 1988 is:

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#88. The criminal responsibility of a mentally ill person is stated under the following section of Indian law?

#89. Robbery is defined in following section of IPC:

#90. Section 376 – A of Indian Penal Code relates to which of the following?

#91. An Inquest into suicide or death leading to a suspicion of an offence is ordinarily conducted by:

#92. Which of these offences may not be tried summarily:

#93. ‘Y’ lays stick and turf over a pit, with intention of causing death. ‘Z’ believing the ground to be firm tread on it, falls and dies. The crime committed by ‘Y’ is:

#94. Culpable Homicide is described in section:

#95. Juvenile courts are meant for trial of:

#96. Section 18, NDPS Act 1985 describes punishment for contravention in relation to:

#97. A Confession during an Investigation must be made before:

#98. Which of these cannot make an arrest as per the provisions of the Cr.P.C.?

#99. Which of the following witness can be asked a leading question duringexamination-in-chief?

#100. Grievous Hurt is described in following section of IPC:

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