BAIL PROCEDURE IN INDIA: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

Tripti Bhushan, Tushar Bhushan

Abstract


Right to bail is absolute in case of bailable offence. It has been suggested that where a person is released on bail, has absconded or has failed to appear before the Court on the date fixed, he will not be qualified for bail when brought to Court on any ensuing date The word indigent means that a person admitted to bail in bailable offence is unable to give bail within a week of the date of his arrest, and hence the Court shall presume that such person as indigent.


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[I] Webster's 7th New Judicial Dictionary.

[II] Stroud's Judicial Dictionary, 5th edition.

[III] Kaanapali v. State of West Bengal, AIR 1979 SC 777.

[IV] Babu Singh v. State of U.P., AIR 1978 SC 527 (529).

[V] Indian Constitution.


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