Can two cases be clubbed together u/s 219 of CrPc

22-May-2023 (In Family Law)
Wheather club two cases under crpc 219 section 1. First case register 23-12-2013, under 498A, 506 trial by j.m.f.c 2. Second register 20-7-2014 under 306 section by trial session court My Question is can two cases club or not under 219 crpc bcoz both cases within one year
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Answer #1
549 votes
Yes same can be club together under the provision of 219 "When a person is accused of more offences than one of the same kind committed within the space of twelve months from the first to the last of such offences, whether in respect of the same person or not, he may be charged with, and tried at one trial for, any number of them not exceeding three"
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Answer #2
553 votes
No. The criteria for clubbing two cases is that the offences must be identical I.e. under same section of IPC. In this case the offences are different. Hence clubbing is not possible though the offences are committed within a period of 12 months.

Answer #3
636 votes
Dear client, from the case of Arnish kumar vs state of Bihar the motto of 498A, is almost changed, as the intention and moto of the both cases is same only the punishment period is less than and greater than three years, hence two diff.courts purposely and for mental torture done, ask session court about clubbing and which is your right,
Answer #4
139 votes
Further, under section 220(1), a person can be charged with multiple offences if they are all intrinsically related.
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