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Delhi HC: Apprehension That Accused May Flee Not Enough for Rejecting Benefit of S.445 CrPC - (13 Apr 2022)

CRIMINAL

Delhi High Court has observed that a mere apprehension communicated by the prosecution that the accused may flee the course of justice, cannot be the sole determinative factor for denying benefit of Section 445 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   APPREHENSION   SECTION 445 CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE   1973   PROSECUTION  

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