she can come for compromise with you and on the basis of the same Hon'ble High COurt will direct the Trial Court to accept the same or the Hon'ble High COurt may also quash the entire criminal proceedings arise out of the dowry case.
Plz see below; one of the judgements already passed by the Hon'ble Lucknow High COurt in my case;
Court No. - 21
Case :- U/S 482/378/407 No. - 1128 of 2015
Applicant :- Shailendra Sharma @ Shailendra Kumar Sharma @ Shailendra
Opposite Party :- The State Of U.P And Anr.
Counsel for Applicant :- Vijyant Nigam
Counsel for Opposite Party :- Govt. Advocate
Hon'ble Vishnu Chandra Gupta,J.
Counter affidavit filed on behalf of the opposite party no. 2 is taken on record.
Heard learned counsel for the petitioners and learned A.G.A. for the State as
well as Shri Aseem Samant, learned counsel for the opposite party no. 2.
By means of this petition under Section 482 Cr.P.C., the petitioners, namely,
Shailendra Sharma @ Shailendra Kumar Sharma @ Shailendra Nath Sharma,
Dhirendra Nath Sharma and Rashmi Sharma have prayed by quashing the
entire further proceedings of Criminal Case No. 2757 of 2011, arising out of
Case Crime No. 500 of 2010, under Sections 498A, 323, 506 I.P.C. and 3/4
D.P. Act, Police Station Thakurganj, District- Lucknow pending in the Court
of learned Special Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, CBI (A.P.),
It is not in dispute that the parties have entered into compromise in this
matrimonial dispute and the other litigation has come to an end in pursuance
of the compromise arrived at.
In view of above, the petition is finally disposed of with direction to the
parties to file the compromise within one month from today before the trial
Court. In case, the compromise is filed by the parties within the aforesaid
period the trial Court shall proceed to accept the same after due verification
irrespective of the fact that some of the offences are non compoundable.
Till the proceedings of compromise are over, the accused-petitioners shall not
be compelled to get them bailed out.
Order Date :- 30.3.2015
you may check the same on High COurt website