The authors critically examined the provisions of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 with the sole aim that a child is child and not a commodity. It is a person and is entitled to enjoy its rights unhindered. To make the book more impressive, the authors, besides commenting on the provisions, added a general commentary on the status of the child and a critical appreciation of the Act, 2000, pointing its strengths and lacunae. An effort is made to bring in maximum material, be it conventions or the rights of the child or the judicial pronouncements so that the book may prove to be a good guide for all concerned. State laws relating to Juvenile Justice are extensively compiled to make the book a one-stop referencer.
"Suman Nalwa is a 1996 batch Delhi and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Presently she is posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police in Special Police Unit for Women and Children, a nodal unit of Delhi Police dealing with women and children issues. She has earlier been posted as Sub-Divisional Officer, in the Crime against Women Cell and in Anti-Corruption Units in various districts. An electronics engineer by profession, Nalwa did her M.A. (Police Administration) from Guru Nanak Dev University, Punjab after joining the police service Subsequently she did her LL.B. from University of Delhi. She was awarded the prestigious Chevening Scholarship pursuant to which she completed her LL.M. degree in International Human Rights Law from University of Essex, UK. Hari Dev Kohli is M.A. (History) B.T., B.L. (Gold Medalist), M.L. (Gold Medalist), Ph.D. (Family Law). Besides, he has been awarded gold medal by various organizations for rendering honorary legal services in settling the matrimonial disputes without undergoing the rigours of litigative process. He is an author with flair for writing and is also a revising author of many books covering multifarious shades of legal topics. His grasp of the legal subjects is vast and varied, in particular, the socio-legal aspect of law. "
Code of Criminal Procedure,1973
Author : Sohoni
Law and Technology
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