Criminal Law Objective Questions Quiz 4

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Criminal Law Quiz 4

Question 1
Complaint before a Magistrate can be made
A
orally
B
In writing
C
Both
D
None of the above
Question 2
Includes any proceeding in the course of which evidence is or may be legally taken on oath
A
Trial
B
Judicial Proceedings
C
Inquiry
D
All of the above
Question 3
Bailable offence means an offence which is shown as bailable in
A
First schedule of CrPC
B
Second schedule of CrPC
C
Section 496 CrPC
D
Pakistan Penal Code
Question 4
Criminal courts are created under
A
Pakistan Penal Code
B
Criminal Procedure Code
C
Constitution of Pakistan 1973
D
All of the above
Question 5
Ex-Officio Justice of Peace are appointed under section
A
Section 22 CrPC
B
Section 22-A CrPC
C
Section 22-B CrPC
D
Section 25 CrPC
Question 6
Magistrate Class 1 can pass maximum sentence
A
One year
B
Three year
C
Four Years
D
Seven Years
Question 7
Magistrate Section 30 can try any offence
A
Punishable upto seven years
B
Punishable upto 10 year
C
Punishable upto 14 years
D
All offences except those punishable with death
Question 8
Whenever it is necessary to cause a woman to be searched, the search shall be made by
A
Woman
B
Woman constable
C
Superintendent of Police
D
Any Police officer
Question 8 Explanation: 
Section 52 CrPC provides that Whenever it is necessary to cause a woman to be searched, the search shall be made by another woman, with strict regard to decency.
Question 9
A deserter from armed forces of Pakistan may be arrested by Police Officer without any warrants of arrest
A
True
B
False
Question 10
A police officer may for the purpose of arresting without warrant pursue such person into any place of
A
his district
B
his district
C
his province
D
Pakistan
Question 11
A private person may arrest a person who in his view has committed
A
Non-bailable offence
B
Cognizable Offence
C
Both Non-Bailable and Cognizable Offence
D
Any Offence
Question 12
A police officer may discharge an accused person u/s. 63 CrPC on
A
his personal bond
B
on Bail
C
Under special order of Magistrate
D
All of the above
Question 13
Summons issued shall be in
A
Single
B
Duplicate
C
Triplicate
D
Quadruplicate
Question 14
A on a trial before Additional Sessions Judge was sentence to One month simple imprisonment. Appeal against such sentence lies to
A
Sessions Judge
B
High Court
C
Supreme Court
D
None of the above
Question 15
An appeal against sentence passed by Additional District Judge lies to
A
Sessions Judge
B
High Court
C
Both A and B
D
None of the above
Question 16
An appeal against the conviction order passed by Magistrate Class III is competent before
A
Magistrate Class 1I
B
Magistrate Class I
C
Magistrate Section 30
D
Sessions Judge
Question 17
Appellate Court may dismiss an appeal summarily
A
Yes
B
No
Question 18
A court record evidence against an accused person in his absence
A
Yes
B
No
Question 19
If a Magistrates tries an accused summarily on an offence, such irregularity would
A
vitiate the trial
B
would not vitiate the trial
C
It is not an irregularity
Question 20
If a Magistrate while recording confession has not complied with the formalities of Sections 164 and 364 CrPC, such statement
A
Would be admitted in evidence
B
Would be discarded
C
Would be admitted in certain conditions
D
None of the above
Question 21
There are total kinds of punishments prescribed in PPC
A
Eight
B
Nine
C
Ten
D
Twelve
Question 22
Dacoity is commission of robbery by
A
Three or more persons
B
Five or more persons
C
Seven or more persons
D
Ten or more persons
Question 23
Attempt to commit robbery is punishable under section
A
390 PPC
B
391 PPC
C
393 PPC
D
Section 511 PPC
Question 24
Hijacking is an offence under Pakistan Penal Code
A
Correct
B
Incorrect
Question 24 Explanation: 
Section 402-A PPC
Question 25
Punishment of criminal breach of trust is
A
3 years
B
7 years
C
10 years
D
None of the above
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  1. Muhammad Arslan Qureshi says

    Highly appreciated.

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