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Legal Services in Pakistan: A Comprehensive Guide

When it comes to legal matters in Pakistan, navigating the legal system can be a complex and challenging process. Whether you are dealing with a criminal case, a civil lawsuit, or a business-related matter, it is crucial to have a good understanding of the legal system and the available legal services in the country. In […]

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Domestic Violence in Pakistan: Understanding the Problem and Seeking Solutions

Introduction Domestic violence is a widespread issue in many countries, and Pakistan is no exception. The problem of domestic violence affects not only the individuals involved but also the entire society. In this article, we will discuss the problem of domestic violence in Pakistan, its causes, effects, and possible solutions. Definition of Domestic Violence Domestic […]

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Women Harassment in Pakistan: An Epidemic That Needs to Be Addressed

Introduction: Women harassment is a prevalent problem in Pakistan. Women of all ages, backgrounds, and professions are subjected to various forms of harassment, including sexual harassment, verbal abuse, and physical violence. This article aims to shed light on this issue, provide legal solutions for victims, and create awareness about women’s rights. Table of the Content […]

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Criminal Laws in Pakistan

Pakistan has a variety of criminal laws that are designed to protect the public and punish those who break the law. These laws cover a wide range of offenses, from minor infractions to major crimes. Pakistani law enforcement officials take a proactive approach to enforcing these laws, and they are generally effective in doing so. […]

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2021 P Cr. LJ 537

(a) Qanun-e-Shahadat (10 of 1984)——-Art. 133(3)—Re-examination of witness—Scope –Petitioner assailed order passed by Trial Court whereby his application for re-examination of medical officer was dismissed—Medical officer had suggested in his examination-in-chief that the duration of all the injuries at the time of death of deceased was six hours but during cross-examination he deposed that the […]

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