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Breaking: Accused Is Entitled To Default Bail Even If Charge Sheet Returned Due To Technical Reason, No Court Can Extend Remand Period U/S 167(2) Beyond 90 Days : SC [Read Judgment]

Breaking: Accused Is Entitled To Default Bail Even If Charge Sheet Returned Due To Technical Reason, No Court Can Extend Remand Period U/S 167(2) Beyond 90 Days : SC [Read Judgment]

A two Judge Bench of the Supreme Court on Monday held that an accused is entitled to default bail under Section 167(2) of Code of Criminal Procedure even if the charge sheet filed by police was...

24 Sep 2018 1:54 PM GMT
Bombay HC Issues Writ Of Habeas Corpus To Release Man Held Over 60 Days In Judicial Custody [Read Judgment]

Bombay HC Issues Writ Of Habeas Corpus To Release Man Held Over 60 Days In Judicial Custody [Read Judgment]

The Bombay High Court has issued a writ of habeas corpus ordering the release of a man who has been in judicial custody for over the prescribed maximum period of 60 days.The bench of Justice SC...

26 Dec 2017 8:28 AM GMT