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Dharmesh Arora (ABC)     24 May 2012

498a, 406 - anticiapatory bail

Hi

I am from Punjab. F.I.R u/s 498A, 406 have been lodged against myself and my mother. My mother is residing abroad and I am underground as of now. 

My anticipatory bail got rejected in the session court on the grounds that 'Recovery' of dowry articles is still pending.

Should I move to High Court for Anticipatory Bail now. Can you please help me out with some judgementst to enable me secure Anticipatory Bail.

Thanks

 

 



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 7 Replies

legaleagle (lawyer)     25 May 2012

Yessss.... Immediately move to high court....

Ajit Singh Cheema (practising Advocate)     25 May 2012

Moving the High court for anticipatory bail is the best option.


(Guest)

Move the High Court immediately. Every case has its own peculiar set of facts and circumstances. There cannot be any tailor made judgment.

 

Regards,

Ashish Davessar

Advocate

Amritsar, Chandigarh

kuldeep kumar (lawyers)     02 June 2012

do as directed

Deep Narayan (learning)     02 June 2012

In 498a/406 cases generally AB is not granted to husbands.But can also be granted if sufficient evidences are shown.

you can apply to high court.

if not granted then surrender in court and apply for regular bail

Shonee Kapoor (Legal Evangelist - TRIPAKSHA)     02 June 2012

In Punjab and Haryana the best way out is to surrender and get bail next day.

 


Regards,
 
Shonee Kapoor
harassed.by.498a@gmail.com

abhishek (advocate)     08 June 2012

approach the high court and if by chance ur bail is rejected than pray for the directions to be issued to the trial court to decide ur bail application the same day when u surrendered as genreally the trial court allows regular bail but still every case has its own peculiar set of facts and circumstances.neways wish u luck


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