KANUN TATACARA JENAYAH (AKTA 583)
(Hingga 15hb Ogos 2023)
Suatu Akta berhubung dengan Tatacara Jenayah.
Detailed Contents Of Kanun Tatacara Jenayah (Akta 593) :
The Kanun Tatacara Jenayah, also known as the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC), is a statute in Malaysia that outlines the procedures for the investigation, prosecution, and trial of criminal offenses. The law applies to all criminal cases in Malaysia, and its provisions dictate how criminal cases are handled in court.
The CPC was first enacted in 1973 and has since been amended several times. The following is a detailed overview of the CPC's key provisions and procedures:
The investigation stage of a criminal case is initiated by a police report or a complaint by a victim. The police will then conduct an investigation into the alleged crime, which includes gathering evidence, taking statements from witnesses, and conducting forensic examinations.
Once the investigation is complete, the police may arrest the suspect if they have sufficient evidence to establish that a crime has been committed and that the suspect is the perpetrator. The suspect must be informed of the reasons for their arrest and their rights under the law.
After the arrest, the suspect may be remanded in police custody or sent to a remand center for a specified period. The court may order the remand to allow the police more time to investigate the case or to prevent the suspect from tampering with evidence or fleeing.
If the suspect is remanded, they may apply for bail to be released from custody pending trial. The court will consider factors such as the nature of the offense, the likelihood of the suspect fleeing, and the risk of the suspect interfering with witnesses or evidence when deciding whether to grant bail.
Kanun Tatacara Jenayah (Akta 593) Mengandungi:
-Kanun Tatacara Jenayah (Akta 593)
-Kaedah-Kaedah Tatacara Jenayah (Kadar Bayaran Kepada Saksi)