MD MUSTAKIMUR RAHMAN | The Daily Star
  • MD MUSTAKIMUR RAHMAN

  • To protect rights of the consumers during pandemic

    In a country like Bangladesh, we often see businessmen illegally making profits by using various techniques of syndicate during specific
  • Right to rehabilitation

    We often think about victims' rights and restorative justice, but how many of us think about offenders' rights and their re-integration into the society? In our
  • Lawful Arrest and false imprisonment

    Section 54 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) has given sufficient power to any police officer to arrest a person without warrant but the police can exercise the power only in those circumstances where a police officer possesses some evidence indicating involvement with the offence. Unfortunately, in most of the cases it can be seen that most of the police officers are arresting the people without collecting any reasonable indications connecting with the offence. Perhaps section 54 is the most pervasive section that is being misused by the police officers.
  • Inconsistent sentencing

    In Bangladesh, our Criminal Justice System does not allow us any separate sentencing hearing on the background of accused persons.
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