Bail [CaseLaws]

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Direction to deposit the amount of ₹1,00,000 as compensation to the victim – This Court, time and again, deprecated the practice of putting such conditions while granting bail Gopinath vs State of Maharashtra SLP (Crl.) No.8373 of 2023

Once the High Court came to the conclusion that the accused was entitled to bail, there was no reason to restrict the bail to the period of three months – Ranjit Digal vs State of Odisha SLP(Crl) 8926 OF 2023

Bail application of the petitioner is opposed on the ground that the petitioner did not appear before the Trial Court and as such warrants came to be issued – Since the petitioner is in prison, therefore, it was the duty of the police authorities to produce him before the Trial Court. The petitioner cannot be blamed for the negligence on behalf of the police authorities- Bail granted – Satendra Babu vs State of UP –SLP(Crl) 8247/2023

Gujarat High Court granted bail to a murder accused. One of the factors considered by the High Court was that the accused and deceased’s son entered into settlement. Now, Supreme Court finds it strange and sets aside the bail order. Accused’s antecedents also indicate his propensity towards committing crime, the court said – Bharwad Santoshbhai Sondabhai vs State of Gujarat