• Anticipatory Bail- Object

  • Object of grant of Bail

    Principal object of bail is to secure the attendance of the accused at the trial and ensure that he does not flee from justice.  Guiding factor for enlarging an accused on bail is to secure his presence to take the judgment and serve the sentence if indicted by the court. At the same time, an accused must not be deprived of his personal liberty and held in custody during trial in anticipation of his conviction unless the interest of the society demands otherwise or there is material to show that he will use his liberty to subvert justice or tamper with the evidence.

    The captioned subject is complex by its very nature. We, therefore, always encourage our visitors & Clients to seek an independent legal advice by our empanelled lawyers. In such Cases, our lawyers devise most appropriate legal recourse for our Clients after examining the related provisions of law, i.e. The Indian Penal Code, 1860, The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973, The Limitation Act, 1963, The Evidence Act, 1872, Other relevant Acts, Judgments and Citations of the Hon’ble Supreme Court Of India and the High Courts. Even otherwise, the question as to how to apply the laws, judgments and citations is rather more complex, as it involves a thorough examination of substantial laws, procedural laws and Court precedents in a given set of facts and circumstances.

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