Posted: 13 January 2013 at 1:51am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Gewels
R is not guilty of murder but what would be called aggravated assault, the fact that it was not pre-planned and that P was not dead when he ran away would have huge bearing on his defence. The British penal code looks at intent as well as consequences. Culpable homicide at worst-10 to 12yr sentence, paroled out in 3 to 5 with good behaviour. R not threat to public-believe me the system would not want to keep him in 4 long.
you are absolutely right dear...ranbeer is not guilty of murder but only guilty of culpable homicide not amount to murder...his ntention here was not to kill mr. pal, sec.299 & sec.300 0f ipc well defined a difference between culpable homicide not amount to murder & murder respectively,even acoording to IPC which is based on british law also mention that intentions & pre-planning are the main essential for an offence like murder...but ranbeer never had any intention intentions or any preplanning to kill mr. pal...so he can be hold guilty for culpable homicide not amount to murder.so in the eyes of law he is not a murderer. IPC means indian penal code which is totally based on british law..
Edited by sukhminderkaur7 - 13 January 2013 at 1:52am