A Comparative Study on Probable Questions
Category-1: Top most important
(a) What do you mean by probation? Distinguish between probation and conditionaldischarge. What is the effect of successful probation under the Probation of OffendersOrdinance, 1960?(b) How is probation officer appointed? What are the functions and duties of theprobation officer under the Probation of Offenders Rules, 1971?(c) Distinguish between probation and parole as rehabilitative measures.(d) What should be the principles and procedures for an ideal parole system is amodern stat? Discuss. Do you think that parole is suitable for recidivists? Givereasons for your answers.2.
(a) Do you think that the police system in Bangladesh is satisfactory in detectingcriminals and preventing crimes? What measures would you suggest for thereformation of police system in Bangladesh?(b) What should be the role of prisons in modern criminology? What measures wouldyou suggest for the reformation of the prison system in Bangladesh to serve the dualpurpose of preventive and reformative justice, simultaneously?3.
(a) What do you mean by ‘White Collar Crime’? What punishment do you suggest forwhite-collar criminals? Should there be any difference between white-collar criminalsand ordinary criminals? Gove reasons for your answer.(b) Do you consider that white collar criminals are relatively immune because of theclass bias of the courts and their power to influence the implementation andadministration of law? Give a brief account of the white collar criminality inBangladesh.(c) Explain the concept of white collar crime as propounded by Sutherland. Is it reallya crime? Discuss.4.
(a) What is juvenile delinquency? Where the juvenile delinquency tried? Distinguishbetween customary crime and juvenile crime. What are the causes behind juveniledelinquency and what measures do you suggest to eliminate juvenile delinquency inBangladesh.(b) What do you mean by juvenile justice? How does it differ from the formalcriminal justice system? ‘Punishment is for adult criminals, not for children’ –discuss.(c) Discuss the issue of the relevant date for judicial determination of the age of juvenile delinquent with special reference to the leading cases: Bablu Vs. State, 1BLD, 1981 (HC) 454, Bimal Das Vs. State, 46 DLR 1994 (HC) 460 and Mona ZillurRahman Vs. Sate, 23 BLD 2003 (AD) 187.(d) What factors are to be taken into consideration in sentencing a juveniledelinquent? Do you think that the recent trend of punishing juvenile delinquents iscompatible with the main purpose of juvenile justice legislation? Answer with specialreference to recent two cases: Munna and Others Vs. State, 7 BLC, 2002 (HC) 40 &State Vs. Shukur Ali, 9 BLC 2004 (HC) 239.5.
(a) What is punishment? Explain in brief the different theories of punishment. Doyou think that through punishment a society without crime may establish? Discuss.(b) ‘Punishment is no longer regarded as reformative or retributive, but is regarded asrehabilitative’ – Discuss.