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ankush srivastava (advocate)     29 January 2010

bail

is there any law which says that the main accused in a murder case cannot be given bail?...to be more precise..if there are 5 accused n 4 of them have caught hold the victim and the fifth one has fired...and court has observed that fifth 1 is the main accused and released other 4..the fir prima facie suggests that it was after thought and accused could not be recognised due to absence of light...is this ground not enough 2 grant bail???? plz refer d citations....in support...in my opinion there is no law which says that d main accused cannnot be granted bail..

 

 


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Daksh (Student)     29 January 2010

Dear Ankush,

We have to see the things in totality.  It would be better if you may furnish the particulars of the case you wish to discuss in a bit more elaborate manner.

Thanks in advance

Best regards

Daksh

shrikant chede (law officer)     29 January 2010

It would be better if you may furnish the particulars of the case

ankush srivastava (advocate)     30 January 2010

ya sure......but my ques is dat is dr ne law or rule wich says dat main accused can not b granted bail????? irespective of facts n circumstances....

anil kumar (Advoctate)     30 January 2010

No there is no law which says that main accused can't get the bail. It totally depend on the facts of each case.

sweta singh (n/a)     30 January 2010

being the main accused in murder he is punisable u/s 302........which is a non bailable section.....now what r the other facts it depends 


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