Calculation of days in custody


Dear sir/mam kindly give some advice on this problem, a family member is having both cheque bounce case and 420/406 case registered , and he/she is in judicial custody in 420/406 case , would the period of custody in 420/406 case be also counted for 138 NI act case in case of conviction in 138 ni act cases.
 
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If bail is not granted and if he or she is in custody then that days may be calculated if he /she is sentenced.

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bail is granted in cheque bounce cases , but still in custody in 420/406 case. then what ?

 
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Bail granted.    Still in custody?    Explain.    Couldn't furnish sureties?      Moneyless?

 
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Bial was granted in cheque bounce cases , but not in 420/406 FIR , still in custody in FIR . 

 
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Please see, that you have already been granted bail under 138 NI Act, but cannot come out because of the second case under IPC. So, in NI Act case you would get the advantage of only those days which you spent under custody in the NI Act case, if convicted. For another case under IPC sections 420/406, under custody days would be accounted from the date of your entry in jail till you come out on bail in it (under IPC).
 
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And sir ,

what if there are multiple 138 NI cases , in 1-2 cases the person is on bail , and in others neither the person has yet been produced nor production warrants are issued .

The main question is :

Custody of one NI ACT case would also be counted in other NI act case , or each case would be seen seperately for the purpose of calculation of custody.?

 
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Rahul Sharma, could you please share some least details of those NI cases, to answer you correctly.
 
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Each case will be separetly counted it will not merged as single case.
 
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in case where custody is more and the person is aquitted , & where custody is less the person is convicted , will custody of the 1st case in which time spent in custody is more will be adjusted in the 2 nd conviction.

 
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