Understanding Our Criminal Justice System MCQ Questions for Class 8 Social Science Chapter 6 with Answers

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Q1. Who are the players in the criminal justice system?

(i) Police
(ii) Public Prosecutor
(iii) Judge
(iv) All of the above

(iv) All of the above

Q2. Which of them is not true about the F.I.R.?

(i) The police begin the investigation after the registration of F.I.R
(ii) The complainant may/may not sign the F.I.R.
(iii) There is a prescribed form to register an F.I.R.
(iv) The F.I.R. mentions the date, time, and place of the offence

(ii) The complainant may/may not sign the F.I.R.

Q3. What term refers to a person who is tried by a court for a crime?

(i) Accused
(ii) Lawyer
(iii) Detention
(iv) Fair trial

(i) Accused

Q4. What are civil cases?

(i) Cases of private right
(ii) Cases of crime offence
(iii) Cases of Parliament
(iv) None of these

(i) Cases of private right

Q5. Right not to be ill treated or tortured during arrest or in custody written under

(i) Act 22
(ii) Act 52
(iii) Act 43
(iv) Act 67

(i) Act 22

Q6. What is the of FIR?

(i) First Information Report
(ii) First Investigation Report
(iii) First Informing Report
(iv) None of the above

(i) First Information Report

Q7. What do you mean by Cognizable?

(i) Police can arrest the person only after the permission of the magistrate
(ii) Police can arrest a person only after the permission of the court
(iii) A charge or crime for which the police is entitled to arrest a person without seeking permission of the court
(iv) The police cannot arrest a person on any condition.

(iii) A charge or crime for which the police is entitled to arrest a person without seeking permission of the court

Q8. A person who is called upon in court to provide a first hand account of what he/she has seen, heard or knows?

(i) Criminal
(ii) Offence
(iii) Witness
(iv) None of these

(iii) Witness

Q9. What are the importance of the court of law in our legal system?

(i) Provide Documents
(ii) Provide Justice
(iii) Provide Wealth
(iv) None of these

(ii) Provide Justice

Q10. Police file a charge sheet in the court & ?

(i) If investigation proved the person is accused.
(ii) If a person commit a crime
(iii) If a person is suspected for anything
(iv) If police arrest a person

(i) If investigation proved the person is accused.

Q11. A criminal offence is regarded as

(i) Public wrong
(ii) Public welfare
(iii) Private wrong
(iv) Public safety

(i) Public wrong

Q12. Who was the sub-inspector to arrest shanti?

(i) Mr. shinde
(ii) Mr. Rao
(iii) Mr. Sushil
(iv) None of these

(ii) Mr. Rao

Q13. What is the act of keeping the accused in custody by the police?

(i) Cross-examine
(ii) Detention
(iii) FIR
(iv) All of these

(ii) Detention

Q14. Which of the following is not mention in the four players in criminal justice system?

(i) Police
(ii) Villagers
(iii) Judge
(iv) Defence lawyer

(ii) Villagers

Q15. Which is not the responsibility of the public prosecutor?

(i) To represent the interest of the state.
(ii) Also represents the interest of the witness.
(iii) Has to act impartially
(iv) The prosecutor must conduct the prosecution

(ii) Also represents the interest of the witness.

Q16. What term refers to a person who is tried by a court for a crime?

(i) Accused
(ii) Lawyer
(iii) Detention
(iv) Fair trial

(i) Accused

Q17. Who decides whether a person is guilty or not?

(i) Advocate
(ii) Public prosecutor
(iii) Judge
(iv) Police

(iii) Judge

Q18. which is not applicable in Open court?

(i) The police cannot be present during the proceedings.
(ii) What is held in the presence of the accused
(iii) People can see the whole proceedings
(iv) Hearing of the case in front of viewers

(i) The police cannot be present during the proceedings.

Q19. Every person has a fundamental Right to be defended by a lawyer under the act ?

(i) Act 22
(ii) Act 45
(iii) Act 67
(iv) Act 42

(i) Act 22

Q20. Which of them is not true about the F.I.R.?

(i) The police begin the investigation after the registration of F.I.R
(ii) The complainant may/may not sign the F.I.R.
(iii) There is a prescribed form to register an F.I.R.
(iv) The F.I.R. mentions the date, time, and place of the offence

(ii) The complainant may/may not sign the F.I.R.

Q21. What is an Offence?

(i) Act defines as relief
(ii) Act defines as punishment
(iii) Act defines as a Crime
(iv) None of these

(iii) Act defines as a Crime

Q22. Why did Sub-inspector Rao kept Sushil in the police custody for two days?

(i) The police forcibly kept Sushil in custody. He was not presented with a memo.
(ii) Sushil was abused.
(iii) They forcibly tried to extract a confession from him.
(iv) He was beaten.

(iii) They forcibly tried to extract a confession from him.

Q23. Police generally do

(i) Both Arrest a person and File report
(ii) None of the options
(iii) Arrest a person
(iv) File report

(i) Both Arrest a person and File report

Q24. Rule of law was defined by

(i) Dyasi
(ii) Glade stone
(iii) Laski
(iv) Glade stone

(i) Dyasi

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