Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Question Paper | UPPCS(J) Pre 2013 | Law Paper | Uttar Pradesh Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Exam 2013

Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination- 2013


Question Number: 141-150

141- Under Which section of Criminal Procedure Code, provision for security for keeping the peace on conviction exists
(a) Section 108
(b) Section 106
(c) Section 109
(d) Section 111

142- Under section 41 of Criminal Procedure Code, the power of police to arrest a person
(a) Covers all cases.
(b) Is limited to cases of mere suspicion.
(c) Is confined to cases of reasonable suspicion.
(d) Does not cover cases of Army deserters.

143- Under section 27 of the Criminal Procedure Code, the age of Juvenile is
(a) 16 years
(b) 18 years
(c) 12 years
(d) None of the above

144- Who writes evidence in a criminal trial
(a) Any employee of the Court.
(b) Magistrate
(c) Advocate
(d) Expert

145- Which section of Criminal Procedure Code applies when the officer incharge of a Police Station receives information that a person has committed suicide, he will immediately report to the Executive Magistrate?
(a) Section 169
(b) Section 173
(c) Section 174
(d) Section 178

146- ‘A’ is accused of an act which may amount to theft or receiving stolen property or criminal breach of trust. ‘A’ is only charged with ‘theft’. It appears that he committed the offence of criminal breach of trust.
(a) He may be convicted of criminal breach of trust, though he was not charged with such offence.
(b) He may not be convicted of criminal breach off trust because he was not charged with such offence.
(c) He may neither be convicted of theft nor of criminal breach of trust.
(d) He may only be convicted of theft because he was charged with theft.

147- While exercising the power of revision under the Code of Criminal Procedure, the High Court cannot
(a) Discharge the accused.
(b) Acquit the accused.
(c) Grant bail to the accused.
(d) Convert a finding of acquittal into one of conviction.

148- In Indian Evidence Act, the maxim “SALUS POPULI SUPREMA LEX” is related to
(a) Section 121
(b) Section 122
(c) Section 123
(d) Section 124

149- The Law of Evidence consists of which one of the following
(a) Ordinary rules of reasoning
(b) Legal rules of evidence
(c) Rules of logic
(d) All the above

150- ‘X’ sues ‘Y’ for damage done by a dog of ‘Y’, which ‘Y’ knew to be ferocious. The fact that the dog had previously bitten ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ are
(a) relevant
(b) irrelevant
(c) inadmissible
(d) unreliable

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