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Bail High Court

If someone is charged with war crimes, murder, attempt to murder, conspiracy to murder, piracy or genocide, the District Court does not have the authority to grant you bail. Few specific offences under the Offences Against the State Act, 1939 and the Official Secrets Act, 1963 also rule out the granting of bail in the District Court. In those cases, your legal representative must apply to the High Court for bail. Also If you are denied bail in the District Court , you can appeal to the High Court. Likewise, if you want to reduce the amount of bail set by the District Court or contest a condition of the bail, you can appeal to the High Court for the same..

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