Jul 21,2020 | 05 min read

Anticipatory Bail In Cases of Domestic Violence By Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

Women have been subjected to harassment and abuse within the household within a patriarchal setup. For years, these incidents went unreported and women found it difficult to talk about these issues in public. However, the adoption of the Domestic Violence Act in 2005 made it easier for women to report cases of subjugation and protracted violence within the household. In this article, the author discusses with great sagacity the definition of domestic violence and the various aspects associated with it including the provision for anticipatory bail provided for under Section 438 of the Code of Criminal procedure (CrPC), which is an extension to the general provisions of bail, whereby in the words of the author, 'a person, in anticipation of arrest may apply to either the District or High Court for a conditional bond such that in fulfilling these conditions that person may be arrested for the anticipation he has given before the court'. <<Read More>>

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


KISHAN DUTT RETD JUDGE

About Advocate Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retd Judge 20 years service as Judge in different capacities. Read and prepared Head Notes for more than 10,000 judgments of different High Courts and Supreme Court. Head Notes published by various Law Publishers. Now preparing Head notes for www.scconline.com. Worked in different capacities and dealt with several categories of cases. Having practical knowledge of law in practice and drafting and counselling.

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