Since anticipatory bail as well as transit anticipatory bail are intrinsically linked to personal liberty under Article 21 of Constitution, it would be necessary to give a constitutional imprimatur to the evolving provision of transit anticipatory bail.
Supreme Court was called upon to decide whether a settlement remedy under Section 127B of the Customs Act, 1962, would be available for the seized goods, which are specified under Section 123 of the said Act, the bench of Krishna Murari and Sanjay Karol, JJ gave a spilt verdict and referred the matter to a larger bench.
by Akshat Kabra†
Gujarat High Court while deciding the bail application strikes the balance between personal liberty of accused and seriousness of offences committed.
Punjab and Haryana High Court held that when the accused is coming forward to face trial and is undertaking to appear before Court, no prejudice will be caused to the prosecution or complainant in granting bail to the petitioner.
Bombay High Court: While granting bail to the Bhima Koregaon accused, Dr. Anand Teltumbde, the Division Bench comprising Milind N.
Tripura High Court: In a public interest litigation concerning custodial torture on a 28-year-old woman in the police lockup, the division bench
Madras High Court: In a petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying to issue a writ
Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: While deciding the instant applications seeking to set aside the orders passed by the Special
Madras High Court: In a case related to an appeal filed to set aside the judgment and enlarge the appellant
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Sushrut Arvind Dharmadhikari, J. allowed a petition which was filed seeking direction to the respondents to pay him
Supreme Court: In an interesting case the Vacation Bench comprising Dinesh Maheshwari and Krishna Murari, JJ., disapproved a strange bail condition imposed
Supreme Court: With a view to bringing reform in practices relating to disposal of bail applications arising from the same case, the
Allahabad High Court Disability In a case where an employee of Central Bank of India petitioned to be exempted from routine transfers
Supreme Court: The vacation bench of AS Bopanna and Vikram Nath, JJ has issued notice returnable in 3 weeks in the matter
Bombay High Court: Expressing that the right to travel abroad has been spelt out from the expression “personal liberty” in Article 21
Bombay High Court: Stating that, “Great power comes with greater responsibility”, the Division Bench of Prasanna B. Varale and S.M. Modak, JJ.,
Delhi High Court: Subramonium Prasad, J., addressed whether the magnitude of offence can be the only criterion for granting bail and further
Delhi High Court: Subramonium Prasad, J., while explaining the facets of cancellation of bail and rejection of an application for bail, made
Uttaranchal High Court: Alok Kumar Verma, J., allowed a bail application which was filed for grant of regular bail for the offence