Regarding anticipatory bail Regarding anticipatory bail

I got a anticipatory bail. I want to know about the order i got. What is the next process. How much i have to pay. The case is in Hyderabad high court. I am native of Aurangabad , Maharashtra Order is

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Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You need not pay anything in the Court as the said bonds are only on prescribed papers and in the event of your absconding then such amount will be recover. However, you have to pay Advocate fees. You may get modify second condition since you are residing in Maharastra and it is not practicable to attend police station on every first and third Saturday of the month.

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Regarding ancipatin bail Regarding ancipatin bail

Sir, My laywer applied for anticipating bail , and in that it was told to have submittdthe bonds to the police station, so we did , but the police took the moles , and other detials like grand grand p

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Posted 3 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
You have to discuss the matter in person with any other advocate practicing in criminal law and get clear your doubts basing upon conditions imposed in the anticipatory bail. Normally, police cannot do like that.

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Anticipatory bail on the ground of parity. Anticipatory bail on the ground of parity.

Provision for anticipatory bail through High court on the ground of parity. Can an accused may file anticipatory bail himself.

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Posted 5 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
The provision is as follows:

Section 438(1) in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973
(1) When any person has reason to believe that he may be arrested on an accusation of having committed a non- bailable offence, he may apply to the High Court or the Court of Session for a direction under this section; and that Court may, if it thinks fit, direct that in the event of such arrest, he shall be released on bail.

You cannot claim as of right on the ground of parity but it is discretionary ...ReadMore

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What is Bail What is Bail

What is a bail? What is anticipatory bail? How do I get a bail? How much I have to pay for a bail? Is that amount refundable? Can I take bail in advance if I know somebody is going to take a legal act

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Bail is a release of person who is accused of any offence whether bailable or non bailable offence in which the trial is pending before the court and the judgement is yet to be pronounced.
Anticipatory Bail :
Under Section 438 CRPC, if any person has reason to believe that he/she may be arrested for any non-bailable offence, he/she may apply to Sessions court or High court for anticipatory bail praying that in the event of arrest, he/she shall be released on bail. The amount of security is deci ...ReadMore

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My father in law threatened to put me in jail on 1/7/21.The next day, I applied for anticipatory bail .My case is getting repeatedly posted to another date, as police has not yet provided case diary

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Posted 6 months ago


A. Dear Sir/ Madam,
Normally when an anticipatory bail application is pending the police will not arrest the accused. But mind that there is no provision in law to support this. So please take care until the petition is disposed of by the concerned court.
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Hai Sir / Mam My opposite flat resident having issue with my dog.where my dog passed minor drops of urine at his car tyre.he was shouting on this issue at lift with my brother saying I will file case

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Posted 8 months ago


A. Hi,
Just explain to the authorities about the facts.

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anticipatory bail accepted. want to fly outside india anticipatory bail accepted. want to fly outside india

anticipatory bail accepted. want to fly outside india. Court said to take prior permission if want to leave india. what is the process?

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Posted 9 months ago


A. Dear Sir,
Again file application before the same court to get such permission by citing valid reasons.

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What next after getting anticipatory bail and signing MOU in session for FIR 498A498a What next after getting anticipatory bail and signing MOU in session for FIR 498A498a

My brother got anticipatory bail after signing MOU with his wife in session court for FIR 498A there is no chargesheet filed she has given certain cash amt without anything in writing as per lawyer's

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Posted 9 months ago


A. First of all, You have to understand legal procedure. Even if your brother has signed MOU with his wife and ready to settle down all matters you all have to go through with all legal proceeding. without chargesheet this 498-A criminal proceeding will not be closed. So let concerned police officer file Chargsheet then your case disposed off as early as possible if courts and witness support in this case. You cannot skip this legal procedure in order to close this matter.

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Bail Bail

My interim bail is discarded in session district court , I am charged with ipc 313, 498A, will I get arrested without any notification,my advocate advised me that u should displace from your home ,my

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Posted 10 months ago


A. Yes, you can get arrested without any notification, But YOU CAN GET YOUR BAIL APPLICATION REAPPLIED.. Your presentation is NOT made properly.

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