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milan das   30 January 2020

arrest in 498a & DV cases

is there any immediate arrest in 498a & DV cases ?


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Krishna   30 January 2020

41a notice has to be issued to accused.

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     30 January 2020

yes 498a may lead to arrest without investigation.

milan das   30 January 2020

is there any way to avoid arrest ?

Real Soul.... (LEGAL)     30 January 2020

If you can manage by hook or by crook an Anticipatory Bail..

Advocate Suneel Moudgil (Advocate)     30 January 2020

1. no arrest in DV,

2. apply for the anticipatory bail in 498a

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SATENDRA SHARMA   02 February 2020

1.No arrest

2. Apply for the high Court 482

Joy Bose   02 February 2020

1. Under section 498a, the police will decide whether to arrest the husband and the family members. This is no more a "non-cognizable offence". 

2. File for anticipatory under Cr.Pc section 438. This way if you have the copy from the court of anticipatory bail. police will not be able to arrest you.


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