Whether Prior Sanction of Magistrate Required to Investigate a Non-Cognizable Offence with a Cognizable Offence? SC Answers

The Supreme Court had ruled that Magistrate’s prior sanction is not compulsory to investigate a non-cognisable offence with a cognizable offence. This ruling was made by a Bench of Justices MR Shah and AS Bopanna in an appeal filed against a J&K High Court judgment that had quashed an FIR registered under the J&K Prevention

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