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New Criminal Laws- Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita and the Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyam

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Lawyers need to stay updated with new laws and court decisions, especially when laws change completely. Everyone relies on them for guidance in these situations. Laws evolve over time; for example, the Indian Penal Code has been amended 78 times, the Code of Criminal Procedure 19 times, and the Evidence Act 30 times by 2018. Now, with these laws completely changed, there’s more pressure on Indian courts to handle cases correctly.

The government has announced that new criminal laws will take effect on July 1, 2024. This means it’s crucial for lawyers, law students, police, judges, and anyone else involved in the legal field to stay informed about these changes.

LeDroit India presents a comprehensive 2.5-week course dedicated to exploring the nuances of the latest Criminal Laws. Join us as we dissect these new statutes, uncovering their distinctions from previous laws. Gain insights into their underlying philosophies, practical implications, and enforcement strategies.


What You’ll Be Learning?

MODULE 1: The Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023

  1. Overview of The Bharatiya Nagrik Suraksha Sanhita
  2. Analysis of Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita, 2023
  3. Punishments in the New Legal Code
  4. Applicability of the new laws
  5. Understanding the Offences-
  • Offences Against the State: War,
  • Conspiracy, and Terrorism
  • Public Tranquillity: Understanding
  • Unlawful Assembly and Rioting
  • Cheating and Fraud: Legal
  • Implications and Case Studies
  • Defamation Laws: Understanding and
  • Application

6.Comparison between IPC & Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita.


MODULE 2. The Bharatiya Nagrik Suraksha Sanhita, 2023

  1. 1.Overview of The Bharatiya Nagrik Suraksha  Sanhita,
  2. 2.Applicability of the New Laws & Jurisdiction of Courts
  3. Executive Magistrates and their Functions
  4. Arrest Procedures and Rights of Individuals
  5. Initiation of Legal Proceedings & Complaints to Magistrate & FIR
  6. Trial Procedures for Court of Session
  7. Comparison with CrPc


MODULE 3- The Bhartiya Sakshya Adhiniyam, 2023

  1. Overview of Bhartiya Sakshya Adhiniyam
  2. Applicability of the law
  3. Electronic Evidences- Role of Technology in Crime
  4. Detection and Prevention
  5. Procedure for Submission of – public documents, burden of proof ,primary & secondary evidences.
  6. Comparison with Indian Evidence Act


MODULE 4- In General Discussion-

  1. Analysis of all 3 new laws,
  2. Retained sections
  3. New Introduced sections
  4. Pros & Cons

Course Faculty:

This course will be led by Adv. Sneha Muralidharan, an esteemed expert in Constitutional and Labour law. With a BA LL.B from the University of Pune, an LLM in Constitutional and Administrative Law, and an MA in psychology, Adv. Sneha Muralidharan brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. With years of experience in the field of litigation, she is well-equipped to guide participants through this course.



2.Sample Drafts,

3.Recordings for future access

4.Guide Book

Course Duration: Classes will be conducted on weekdays and weekends both.

Starting From: 25th May,2024 till 15th June,2024

Timing: 8:30 to 9:30PM

Registration Process:

To register kindly make the payment first of INR 3000/- only, and make a note of transaction ID ,after making the payment fill up the registration form below, to buy this course.If you face any trouble while making payment Paytm or Gpay us on 6204801978

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