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Chapter 6 Pol Science Class 8 Important Questions

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Chapter 6 Pol Science Class 8 Important Questions. myCBSEguide has just released Chapter Wise Question Answers for class 8 Social Science. There chapter wise Practice Questions with complete solutions are available for download in myCBSEguide website and mobile app. These Extra Questions with solution are prepared by our team of expert teachers who are teaching grade in CBSE schools for years. There are around 4-5 set of solved Political Science Extra questions from each and every chapter. The students will not miss any concept in these Chapter wise question that are specially designed to tackle Exam. We have taken care of every single concept given in CBSE Class 8 Social Science syllabus and questions are framed as per the latest marking scheme and blue print issued by CBSE for Class 8.

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Understanding Our Criminal Justice system Class 8 Pol Science Extra Questions

Understanding Our Criminal Justice system

  1. In court, the Public Prosecutor represents the interests of the………..
    1. All of these
    2. State
    3. Citizens
    4. Small children
  2. Police file a charge sheet in the court _________.
    1. If police arrest a person
    2. If a person is suspected for anything
    3. If a person commits a crime
    4. If investigation proved the person is accused
  3. The chief justice gets retired at the age of:
    1. 40 years
    2. 56 years
    3. 65 years
    4. 58 years
  4. Which one of the following is a function of Defence lawyer?
    1. Arrest the accused
    2. Cross-examination
    3. Investigation
    4. Pass the sentence
  5. Define the term Impartial.
    1. None of these
    2. the act of being fair & not favoring one side over others
    3. Pass a judgment
    4. Fair trail
  6. Match the items given in Column A correctly with those given in Column B.

    Column AColumn B
    (ii)Offence(b)Shanti’s lawyer
    (iii)Impartial(c)Keeping in illegal custody
    (iv)Advocate Roy(d)Public view
    (v)Open court(e)Fair
  7. Fill in the blanks:

    1. In a fair trial, the innocent is_______.
    2. _______refers to any act that the law defines as a crime.
    3. An accused is a person who is tried by_______ for the crime.
    4. _______of the Constitution guarantees a fair trial to every citizen.
  8. State true or false:

    1. It is the duty of the police to decide whether a person is guilty or innocent.
    2. The Public Prosecutor plays a role in the investigation of a crime.
    3. The Indian Constitution does not guarantee any Fundamental Right to arrested persons.
    4. If a police officer comes to know about a cognizable offence, he/she can file an FIR on his/her own.
  9. What happened to Shanti in the last?

  10. Shanti had stolen the gold chain of Mrs Shinde.(True/False)

  11. According to Article 22 of the Constitution, every person has a Fundamental Right to be………… by a lawyer.
  12. Describe the role of the court.

  13. What are the guidelines that the police must follow in the performance of their functions?

Understanding Our Criminal Justice system


    1. State, Explanation: In court, it is the Public Prosecutor who represents the interests of the State. The role of the Prosecutor begins once the police has conducted the investigation and filed the charge sheet in the court.
    1. If investigation proved the person is accused
      Explanation: If investigation proved the person is accused, police file a charge sheet in the court.
    1. 65 years, Explanation: The chief justice gets retired at the age of 65 years.
    1. Cross-examination, Explanation: A function of Defence lawyer is to cross-examine all the prosecution witnesses.
    1. the act of being fair & not favoring one side over others
      Explanation: Impartial means treating all rivals or disputants equally. The act of being fair & not favoring one side over others.
  1. (i)(c), (ii)(a), (iii)(e), (iv)(b), (v)(d).
    1. acquitted
    2. Offence
    3. the court
    4. Article 21
    1. False
    2. False
    3. False
    4. True
  2. She was acquitted because she was innocent. She got a fair trial.
  3. False:Shanti was acquitted of the charge of theft.
  4. defended
  5. In India, there are three different levels of court.
    1. District Court.
    2. High Court.
    3. Supreme Court.

    They play a vital role in the administration of justice. The Courts see the facts, figures given by both appellants and respondents through their lawyers before taking a decision.

  6. Since we have the rule of law in India, everyone, including the police, is subject to the law of the land. Therefore, all functions of the police have to be conducted in accordance with the law and with full respect for human rights. The Supreme Court has also laid down some guidelines that the police must follow at the time of arrest, detention and interrogation. The police are not allowed to torture or beat or shoot anyone during an investigation. Also, the police cannot inflict any form of punishment on a person even for petty offences.

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