As we have seen in the diagram above Chapter 4 of the Cr.P.C is divided into 2 parts. Now we shall see these sections in detail. 257 more words
In ‘Kamar Singh Meena vs. State of Rajasthan’, reported in (2012) 12 SCC 180, it was observed that:
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“wherein it was observed that while cancelling bail under Section 439(2) of Cr.P.C., the primary considerations which weigh with the Court are whether the accused is likely to tamper with the evidence or interfere or attempt to interfere with the due course of justice or evade the due course of justice.
It is a well settled law that where the High Court is convinced that the offences are entirely personal in nature and therefore do not affect public peace or tranquility and where it feels that quashing of such proceedings on account of compromise would bring about peace and would secure ends of justice, it should not hesitate to quash them. 231 more words