Law CSS Paper II 2002
FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS
IN BPS – 17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, 2002.
LAW, PAPER – II
TIME ALLOWED: THREE HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS:100
NOTE: Attempt SIX questions in all, including question No. 10 which is COMPULSORY and carries 20 marks. All other questions carry EQUAL marks i.e. 16 each. Attempt at least one question from each of the parts.
PART – “A” (QANOON-E-SHAHADAT ORDER 1984)
1.What a previous statement of a witness can be used?
- “Dying Declaration is a weaker type of evidence.” Discuss.
Explain the following terms:
(a) Hearsay evidence (b) Estoppels (c) Document
PART – “B” (CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE)
- Describe “First Information Report” and “Complaint” and state the differences between them.
Define the following terms:
(a) Summary Trial (b) Composition of offences (c) Revision
Under what circumstances can the accused be granted bail in bailable and non bailabe cases?
PART – “C” (PAKISTAN PANEL CODE)
- Describe the different stages of the commission of an offence and state whether each of them is punishable.
Generally, a person is liable for his own acts, but sometimes he is liable for the acts of others. Comment.
Explain the following terms:
(a) Injury (b) Illegal omission (c) Joint offenders
- Write only the correct answer in the Answer Book. Do not reproduce the questions.
(1) A minister is a public servant:
(a) True (b) False
(2) Arsh and daman are:
(a) Kind of hurt (b) Kinds of qisas (c) Commutation of sentence of imprisonment (d) None of these
(3) Cowries are:
(a) Coins (b) Medals (c) Unstamped copper (d) None of these
(4) Damiyah and hashimah are:
(a) Hurts (b) Punishments (c) Names of persons (d) None of these
(5) Medical and legal standards of sanity are:
(a) Identical (b) Different from each other (c) None of these
(6) When five or more persons disturb the public peace by fighting on a public road they are said to commit the offence of:
(a) Unlawful assembly (b) Riot (c) Affray (d) None of these
(7) Isqat-i-janin is miscarriage:
(a) With consent (b) In good faith (c) None of these
(8) Punishment for qatl-i-khata is:
(a) Diyat (b) Qisas (c) Imprisonment (d) None of these
(9) The Code of Criminal Procedure is:
(a) Substantive law (b) Administrative law (c) Special law (d) None of these
(10) An accused person has been described as:
(a) Father of law (b) Child of law (c) Mother of law (d) None of these
(11) Charge and offence are:
(a) Distinct from each other (b) The same (c) None of these
(12) An inquiry is conducted by:
(a) The police (b) The prosecution (c) The Court (d) None of these
(13) An Additional Session Judge can pass:
(a) Any sentence of imprisonment (b) Any sentence authorized by law including death sentence (c) Any sentence authorized by law excluding death sentence (d) None of these
(14) FIR means:
(a) Final Investigation Report (b) First information report (c) Actual information report (d) None of these
(15) Approver is a person:
(a) Who approved the crime plan (b) Who participated in the crime (c) Who retracted confession (d) None of these
(16) Refreshing of memory is allowed to:
(a) Plaintiffs (b) Defendants (c) Both (d) None of these
(17) Irrelevant questions may be asked by:
(a) Defence counsel (b) Prosecution (c) The court (d) None of these
(18) Hearsay evidence is:
(a) No evidence (b) Good evidence (c) None of these
(19) Leading questions are generally asked in:
(a) Examination-in-chief (b) Cross examination (c) Re-examination (d) None of these
(20) The plea of alibi is raised by:
(a) Witnesses (b) Complaints (c) Accused persons (d) All of these