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Anticipatory Bail

The law that controls how criminal cases are handled in the nation is known as the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). It came into effect in 1973. Bail able offenses and non-bailable offenses are the two categories into which offenses fall in terms of their ability to be released on bail. An illegal act or omission is known as an offense in plain English. In our nation, the idea of bail is still debatable since the public believes that the accused might run if a bail is set. Regular bail, interim bail, and anticipatory bail are the three different types of bail.

Anticipatory-Bail

Nowhere in the Code of Criminal Procedure is the word "bail" defined. In general, the term "bail" refers to the act of releasing an accused person in exchange for a financial payment and a pledge that he would continue to attend court sessions. It is claimed that the right to post bail is one that the Constitution grants under Article 21.

A person may ask for bail if the crime they committed qualifies for it. A "bail bond," which outlines the conditions under which a person would be released on bail, must be signed by the applicant. Anyone out on bail is expected to remain within the court's geographic jurisdiction.

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