HARYANA JUDICIARY EXAM MOCK TEST 9 04/08/2021 by Hami Law House 20 All The Best Thank you for visit ! share with friends. HARYANA JUDICIARY MOCK TEST 9 1 / 30 30. For invoking section 133 of Cr.P.C. where should be the inconvenience or invasion on- 1. A. publie rights 2. B. public place 3. C. private place or private person 4. D. all of these 2 / 30 29. Under section 29 of the Cr.P.C. the second class Magistrate cannot pass sentence upto- 1. A. 01 year 2. B. 03 years 3. C. 02 years 4. D. all of the above 3 / 30 28. In which of the following cases it was held by the Supreme Court that section of Cr.P.C. was applicable to all irrespective of their religion? 1. A. Mohd. Uman Khan v. Gulshan Begum 2. B. Mohd. Amhed Khan v. Shah Begum 3. C. Subana Alias Saira Banu v. A.M. Abdul Gafoor 4. D. Sirajmohamad Khan v. Hafizunissa Yaseen Khan 4 / 30 27. Point out the incorrect response under the Cr.P.C.? 1. A. inquiry is conducted by a court 2. B. inquiry is conducted after framing the charge 3. C. inquiry is conducted prior to framing of charge 4. D. inquiry is conducted by a Magistrate 5 / 30 26. When can a trial court release an accused on bail under section 389(3) of Cr.P.C. after conviction? 1. A. where accused is imprisonment is not exceeding 3 years 2. B. where accused is on bail and imprisonment is not exceeding 5 years 3. C. where accused is on bail and imprisonment is not exceeding 7 years 4. D. where offence is exclusively bail-able whether accused is on bail or not on bail and 6 / 30 25. Warrant case' means a case: 1. A. in which a police officer can arrest without warrant 2. B. on which case the court in the first instance, shall issue a warrant of arrest against the accused 3. C. relating to an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for life or imprisonment for a term exceeding two years 4. D. relating to an offence punishable with death, imprisonment for exceeding two years term not 7 / 30 24. The maxim term of imprisonment awardable in a 'Summary Trial' is: 1. A. three months 2. B. one year 3. C. six months 4. D. two years 8 / 30 23. Which one of the following is a correct statement relating to cross-examination? 1. A. A Witnesses to character may be cross examined 2. B. Leading questions cannot be asked in cross-examination 3. C. A person summoned to produce a document can be cross-examined 4. D. A witness may not be cross-examined as to previous statements made by him in writing 9 / 30 22. Admissions are – 1. A. Not conclusive proof of the matters admitted 2. B. Conclusive proof of the matters admitted 3. C. Not to operate as estoppel 4. D. Of no value 10 / 30 21 . Assertion (A): A dying declaration ie admissible in evidence. Reason (R): Its admissibility is founded upon the principle of necessity. Codes : 1. A. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A) 2. B. Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A) 3. C. (A) is true but (R) is false 4. D. (A) is false but (R) is true 11 / 30 20. In case of suicide by a married woman, the court under Section 113-A of the Indian Evidence Act, may presume that suicide had been abetted by her husband, if- 1. Suicide was committed by the wife within a period of seven years from the date of her marriage. 2. The wife was subjected to cruelty. 3. The wife was illiterate and from a poor family. 4. The wife was deserted by the husband Select the correct answer using the code given below- 1. A. 1,2,3 2. B. 1,3,4 3. C. 2,4 4. D. 1,2 12 / 30 19. Assertion (A): In certain cases corroboration of confession is necessary. Reason (R): In all cases, an extra- judicial confession must be corroborated Codes: 1. A. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A) 2. B. Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A) 3. C. (A) is true but (R) is false 4. D. (A) is false but (R) is true 13 / 30 18. 'Document' produced for the inspection of the court includes- 1. A written document 2. A caricature 3. An electronic record 4. An inscription on stone Select the correct answer using the codes given below- Codes: 1. A. 1 and 4 2. B. 1,2 and 4 3. C. 1, 2, 3 and 4 4. D. 1, 2 and 3 14 / 30 17. Which one of the following is primary evidence? 1. A. Copies made from the original 2. B. Document produced'for the inspection of the court 3. C. Certified copies of a document 4. D. Photostat copies of a document 15 / 30 16. Leading questions may be asked in- 1. A. Examination-in chief 2. B. Cross-examination 3. C. Re-examination 4. D. All the above 16 / 30 15. A confession is inadmissible if it is made by the accused- 1. A. To a Magistrate whilst he is in the custody of a police officer 2. B. To his friend whilst is not in the custody of a police officer 3. C. To a doctor whilst he is in the custody of a police officer 4. D. To a spiritual adviser under the induce ment for the good of his soul 17 / 30 14. What is not the necessary ingredient for attracting the provisions of Section 27 of Evidence Act? 1. A. The person must be an accused of an offence 2. B. Male or female 3. C. He should give information 4. D. Discovery of any fact in consequence of information of T.P. Act? 18 / 30 13. In criminal proceedings the fact that the accused is of good character is- 1. A. Relevant 2. B. Unrebuttable 3. C. Irrelevant 4. D. None of these 19 / 30 12. A gives a lakh Of rupees to B, reserving to himself, with B's assent, the right to take back Rs. 10,000 at pleasure out of that amount. This gift is- 1. A. Absolutely valid 2. B. Absolutely invalid 3. C. This cannot be said to a gift 4. D. Holds good as to Rs. 90,000 but it is void as to Rs. 10,000 20 / 30 11. In absence of contract or local law or usage to the contrary, a lease of immoveable property shall be deemed to be- 1. A. Month to month 2. B. Bimonthly 3. C. Year to year 4. D. Biannual 21 / 30 10. Who may make rules consistent with the provisions of T.P. Act? 1. A. State Government 2. B. High Court 3. C. Supreme Court 4. D. State Secretariat 22 / 30 9. Whether simple mortgage must always be registered? 1. A. Yes 2. B. If value of property is more than Rs. 100 3. C. Registration not necessary 4. D. None of the above 23 / 30 8. Which Is not the ingredient of Section 53(A) ABS Void 99. In criminal proceedings the fact that the accused is of good character is- 1. A. Agreement for transfer 2. B. Consideration 3. C. Transferee has performed his part 4. D. Moveable property 24 / 30 7. 'A' in good faith says of a book published by 'Z' that Z's book is indecent, 'Z' must be a man of impure mind. Is this defamation punishable under section 500 of IPC? 1. A. yes, because the opinion respects Z's character 2. B. no, because it is a slander 3. C. no, because it falls within one of the exception of section 499 of IPC 4. D. no, because it has not been repeated 25 / 30 6. The essential elements of a crime are: 1. A. Motive, Mens-rea and Actus reus 2. B. Motive, intention and knqwledge 3. C. Mens rea and Actus reus 4. D. knowledge, intention and action 26 / 30 5. Under IPC which one of the following sections makes provision of solitary confinement? 1. A. Section 71 2. B. Section 73 3. C. Section 72 4. D. Section 74 27 / 30 4. Which of the following punishment cannot be awarded under the Indian Penal Code? 1. A. forfeiture of property 2. B. rigorous imprisonment 3. C. transportation for life 4. D. death 28 / 30 3. How many kinds of kidnappings are there in the Indian Penal Code? 1. A. two 2. B. four 3. C. one 4. D. three 29 / 30 2. The case of Pakala Narain Swamy V/s Emperor relates to- 1. A. Doctrine of estoppel 2. B. Accomplice 3. C. Dying declaration 4. D. Hostile witness 30 / 30 1. Who amongst the following is an accomplice? 1. A. A prostitute 2. B. A raped girl 3. C. A spy 4. D. 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