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Q. Bail in fake 376 matter

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Shekhar Sharma

posted 9 months ago

Dear Sir,
I had been trapped in fake rape matter. I got the interim from Delhi High Court as the charge sheet was filed during the hearing duration. Hence Delhi High Court grant interim till 23-7-18.
We filed the anticipatory bail in sessions which was not listened properly and Hon''ble judge refused to grant bail straight away and stated that he will dismiss the bail,, hence we withdrew the bail from sessions.
Now on 23rd July, MM court h/o charge sheet to us and ndoh was today. Today MM court stated that i need to go to JC according to law. We requested that kindly grant us protection till we appear in trail court, hon'ble judge refused.
On request, Hon'ble judge give us time till ndoh i.e. 14/8/2018 to produce either any law or judgement where we can convince the court that MM has power to listen or decide the bail.
Please suggest.
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A. Immediately contact local lawyers.

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A. You don’t have to go to JC
There is enough case law in your support
What is your status shown in the charge sheet
Without arrest/ on Bail/ suspect?

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ARPIT BATRA

Experience: 11 Year(s)

Responded 7 months ago

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Shekhar Sharma

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Replied 7 months ago

Thanks for your valuable reply. Bail has been granted sir.

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A. You need to assured court about if court grant bail then you must be follow all regulations and not interfere or giving pressure on any opposite complainant.consult with expert lawyer in criminal law

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Deepak Bade

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 8 months ago

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Shekhar Sharma

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Replied 8 months ago

Thanks a lot sir for advice but question is that MM has to commit file to sessions and v don't have any law or judgement that MM is having power to listen bail in 376 before committing file to sessions without any action taken i.e. either send me in J.C. or grant bail (which he is not having power). And we are searching the law or judgement for the same.

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A. Get paid consultation

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ROBERT D ROZARIO

Experience: 15 Year(s)

Responded 9 months ago

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