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Sunil Pandya (Self)     06 December 2014

Bail for accused charged under section 420

Can any body tell me what the bail proceudre for person accused under section 420,486.

How much time a megistrate/judge can take time to grant bail.

The accused is charged with cheque fraud of Rs.50lac.



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Gagandeep Goel (Advocate)     07 December 2014

Hello There

As the offence relates to a punishment for a term of 7 years in section 420. the bail may be granted by the sessions court within 7 days for regular bail and

if anticipatory bail is applied then the bail can be granted immediately keeping in view the judgment of Arnesh Kumar v. State of UP in which the Supreme Court has clearly stated that for offences having punishment upto 7 years, immediate arrest shall not be made.

Regards

Gagandeep Goel

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A.V.Pattanashetti (Advocate)     08 December 2014

HELLO PLS CALL ME FOR YOUR PROBLEM. A.V.PATTANASHETTI ADVOCATE. BIJAPUR. KARNATAKA.09448035651


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