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Title: The law of bail in India an analysis of legislative and judicial perspective
Researcher: Ramveer
Guide(s): Varshney R.
Keywords: Social Sciences,Social Sciences General,Law
University: MVN University,Palwal
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: The system of bail establishes adjustment between the state s duty to protect its citizens from the onslaught of criminals and the basic principle of criminal law that no person can be convicted unless his guilt is proved. The object of taking surety bonds in the form of bail is to get assurance of accused to remain available for facing trial. The court has also the duty to see that while allowing the bail, the accused must remain available to face the trial without interfering into the process of criminal justice. That court has also to see that accused may not flout the conditions and terms of bail. newline In true sense, the right to bail is concomitant of the accusatorial system in India, which favours a bail system that ordinarily enables a person to stay out of jail until a trial has found him/her guilty. In India, bail or release on personal recognizance is available as a right in bailable offences not punishable with death or life imprisonment and only to women and children in non-bailable offences punishable with death or life imprisonment. newline newline newline newline
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