in 438CrPC - Anticipatory bail - the bail is rule and jail is exception
Incarceration is cannot be punishment, unless the allegations have been proved
Bail can be opposed
1. Based on gravity of accusation
2. antecedents of applicant - including if a person previously undergone imprisonment
3. Possiblity of fleeing from Justice.
Court in certain cases can impose conditions for bail
Please approach the Public Prosecutor, if you see any of the above grounds could be violated Only then bail can be rejected