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Nov 02, 2016 ·: Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India 9781107135628: Satish, Mrinal: Books. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law. This book addresses and analyses the rape sentencing regime in India, and demonstrates that despite law reform, the myths and stereotypes about rapists and rape victims that used to be embedded in the positive law of rape and/or in evidence law have, in many cases, merely shifted from the charging and trial stages to the sentencing stage. Nov 02, 2016 · Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India Hardcover – 2 November 2016. Delivery Associate will place the order on your doorstep and step back to maintain a 2-meter distance. No customer signatures are required at the time of delivery. The Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India —Abhinav Sekhri1 Book: Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India Dr. Mrinal Satish Author: Year: 2016 Format: Hardback Edition: First Publisher: Cambridge University Press Price: INR 695 The site of rape law has been the subject of vociferous debate and exten

Discretion, discrimination and the rule of law: reforming rape sentencing in India. [Mrinal Satish] -- This book addresses and analyses the rape sentencing regime in India, and demonstrates that despite law reform, the myths and stereotypes about rapists and rape victims that used to be embedded in. Discretion, discrimination and the rule of law: reforming rape sentencing in India. [Mrinal Satish] -- ""Aims to analyse whether unwarranted disparity existed in rape sentencing in India, which anecdotal work of other scholars had pointed to"--Provided by publisher"-

About the book Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law provides an analysis of sentencing for rape in India, using data from 25 years of rape adjudication in Indian courts. It provides an insight into prejudices that influence rape adjudication, and how sentencing of rape offenders is. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law Mrinal Satish This book addresses and analyses the rape sentencing regime in India, and demonstrates that despite law reform, the myths and stereotypes about rapists and rape victims that used to be embedded in the positive law of rape and/or in evidence law have, in many cases, merely shifted from the charging and trial stages to the sentencing stage.

Criminal law and criminal procedure find a place in the Concurrent List, whereas police and prisons are in the State List. The Indian judiciary is unitary in nature, with courts having the power to adjudicate on both central and state laws – there is no separate federal and state judiciary in this respect. Mrinal Satish, Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, Cambridge University Press, 2016. [12] Under JJ Act, a child 16-18years may be tried as an adult for heinous offence if the Juvenile Justice Board u/s 15, 18 and the Children’s Court u/s 19 decides that there is a need for trial of the child according to provisions of CrPC. His book titled “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India,” which is a modified and updated version of his doctoral dissertation was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016.

His book titled "Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India," which is a modified and updated version of his doctoral dissertation was published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. Jan 04, 2017 · Myths and Stereotypes Influence Rape Sentencing, says author Mrinal Satish. Cambridge University Press organised a discussion of Discretion, Discrimination and.

Jun 29, 2020 · Pg. 710 as cited in Mrinal Satish, Discretion, Discrimination and The Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India Cambridge University Press, 2017 Pg. 107 [iv] See- Uday v. State of Karnataka 2003 4 SCC 46. Apr 03, 2019 · Mrinal is a graduate of Yale Law School and the National Law School of India University, Bangalore NLSIU. He holds masters and doctoral degrees in law from Yale Law School. His doctoral dissertation examined sentencing policy and practice with a special focus on rape sentencing in India. Oct 07, 2017 · Mrinal Satish is a professor of law at the National Law University, Delhi. He is the author of Discretion, Discrimination, and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. Dec 11, 2016 · Professor Satish, in his book, “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India”, Cambridge University Press, 2016, has proposed a Sentencing Commission. This becomes evident from Mrinal Satish’s ‘Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law’. Analysing cases involving rape in the HCs and SC between 1984 and 2009, he concludes that irrelevant mitigating factors—virginity of the victim, marital status of the accused and the victim, and socio-economic condition of the accused and his.

In his book, Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India 2017, Professor Mrinal Satish explains how the site of stereotyping shifted from the stage of guilt. Lawyer and academician Mrinal Satish’s book “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India”, examines the rape sentencing regime in India to tell us why the judiciary needs sentencing guidelines. This book addresses and analyses the rape sentencing regime in India, and demonstrates that despite law reform, the myths and stereotypes about rapists and rape victims that used to be embedded in the positive law of rape and/or in evidence law have, in many cases, merely shifted from the charging and trial stages to the sentencing stage.

Dec 27, 2016 · In his book, Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law, Mrinal provides an analysis of sentencing for rape in India, using data from 25 years of rape adjudication in Indian courts. The book. Dec 17, 2016 · Mrinal Satish, Associate Professor of Law, and Executive Director of Centre for Constitutional Law, Policy and Governance at the National Law University, Delhi, strongly argues in his latest book that such stereotypes have not only influenced the prosecution of rape cases, but also their sentencing. His book, Discretion, Discrimination and the. Lawyer and academician Mrinal Satish's book "Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India", examines the rape sentencing regime in India to tell us why the judiciary needs sentencing guidelines. Mrinal Satish is a Professor of Law at the National Law University, Delhi. He is the author of the book “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India.” ThePrint is now on Telegram. For the best reports & opinion on politics,. Jan 10, 2017 · His book, ‘Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India’ was released recently at the India International Centre, New Delhi, by Justice Madan B Lokur of.

Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: reforming rape sentencing in India by Mrinal Satish Call Number: KT 1591 R3 SATI Publication Date: Cambridge University Press, 2017. The book is titled “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India.” Mrinal was also part of the research team that assisted the Justice Verma Committee on Reforms to the Criminal Law that suggested reforms to rape law post the December 16, 2012 gang rape and homicide incident in Delhi. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, Cambridge University Press, Mrinal Satish, 310 pages, ₹ 699 Subscribe to newsletters Enter a valid email. In so doing, this book seeks to establish general principles for sentencing rape, assisting in the imposition of proportionate sentences. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law Mrinal Satish — 2016-09-30 Law. May 04, 2017 · Lawyer and academician Mrinal Satish’s book “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India”, examines the rape sentencing regime in India to tell us why the judiciary needs sentencing guidelines.

Dec 13, 2016 · Legal reform Interview: Though India's rape law has been overhauled, it still lacks a sentencing policy Law professor Mrinal Satish says courts still give in. Nov 27, 2016 · I also just finished Mrinal Satish’s Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, which released in New Delhi just last evening. I. Dec 11, 2016 · This study by National Law University associate professor Mrinal Satish, which is part of his new book Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law, finds that rape sentencing - Jan 11, 2017 · Criminal law. For all formats available, see. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law Reforming Rape Sentencing in India Mrinal Satish National Law University, Delhi.

Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law Reforming Sentencing in India. Law, legal anthropology, criminology, legal policy. AUTHOR: Mrinal Satish. Rape — India. Discretion, discrimination and the rule of law: reforming rape sentencing in India / Mrinal Satish. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2017. KNS4202.S28 2017. View Full Catalog Record Real property — Australia. Mrinal Satish is a professor of law at the National Law University, Delhi. He is the author of Discretion, Discrimination, and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. Mrinal Satish, his book Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India, writes that prevalent myths surrounding rape as well as stereotypes heavily influence rape adjudication and sentencing not only in Indian courts, but around the world. Thus, the idea of non-interference of the judiciary in marital. Apr 30, 2018 · The question Shraddha Chaudhary’s article, ‘Reconceptualising Rape in Law Reform’, grapples with is one that requires wide debate.Chaudhary offers a stringent critique of rape law as it currently stands. Her core claim is that the offence of rape.

Dec 14, 2016 · Mrinal Satish ‘s next finding is that consent is implied if the victim shows no physical injuries. This is another fallacy as a victim can be bullied by menacing threats which affect the victim mentally. The TOI report uses data from my book “Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India,” where I. Satish, Mrinal, author Discretion, discrimination and the rule of law: reforming rape sentencing in India / Mrinal Satish. Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2017 x, 310 pages; illustrations; 24 cm; text txt rdacontent; unmediated n rdamedia; volume nc rdacarrier KNS4202.S27 2017.

Jan 08, 2018 · This is especially worrisome since between Jan. 01, 1984 and Dec. 31, 2009, almost 80% of rapes were committed in rural areas, according to Mrinal Satish, a. Jan 16, 2020 · Testing Chastity, Evidencing Rape: Impact of Medical Jurisprudence on Rape Adjudication in India. Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 49 No. 41, 51-58. Satish, M. 2017. Discretion, Discrimination and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Satish, M. 2018. Virginity and Rape Sentencing. Satish holds a doctorate in law from Yale Law School, for which he wrote a dissertation titled “Discretion, Discrimination, and the Rule of Law: Reforming Rape Sentencing in India".

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