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Major differences between Inquiry and Investigation Major differences between Inquiry and Investigation

Bronze medal Reporter rickjohn Posted 8 Jul 2017 Read More News and Blogs
Major differences between Inquiry and Investigation

Major differences between Inquiry and Investigation

Inquiry

The inquiry is the process which constitutes asking questions, developing new discoveries, and testing them to get knowledge about a new thing. It is a process that involves clearing a doubt or finding a solution to a particular problem. An inquiry can be done to make new discoveries and testing those discoveries. PATHLEGAL-Ads

The inquiry is the judicial proceedings which will be conducted by the Court or the Magistrate. The aim of the Inquiry is to find the truth

An inquiry is a type of study that involves the question, issue, problem or knowledge. It will be authentic. Those who work in the disciplines will undertake to develop or build the knowledge. Thus, inquiry involves serious engagement and also the investigation. It is the active creation and testing of the new knowledge.

Investigation

The investigation can be defined as a type of legal inquiry that involves discovering the details about a particular matter. It is a formal method to get the facts and truth. The Investigation is conducted by a Police Officer or any another person other than a Magistrate or the Court.

The investigation is the close examination of a matter. The investigation is said to be an executive or legal proceedings. Collecting evidence is the main objective of the Investigation. When we want to try to find out the facts about something, such as a crime or an accident or to know about how it occurred and who did it, we can use the investigation.

Investigation, inquiry, and trial are three steps of a criminal case. The investigation is done initially by the police to ascertain whether an offense has been committed or not. If the offense is committed it is necessary to find who had committed the offense and the nature of the evidence that involves the prosecution.

The second stage is Inquiry that will be conducted by a Magistrate which aims to commit the accused for sessions or discharging him from the crime when there is no case has been found out. The preliminary inquiry made by him will be used to ascertain the truth of the complaint or checks whether there is any matter that will call for an investigation by the criminal court.
 

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