There is no law that the accused shall personally remain present for cancellation of warrant

Arunkumar N Chaturvedi vs The State of Maharashtra and Anr

Bombay HC

24/12/2013

WRIT PETITION NO. 4429 OF 2013

About/from the judgment:

There is no law that the accused shall personally remain present for cancellation of warrant. If the lawyer makes an application for cancellation of warrant, the same needs to be considered on merits by the learned Magistrate without insisting the for appearance of the Applicant/accused. It is noted by this Court that many Writ Petitions are filed in this Court only because the learned Magistrate straight way take a view that warrant cannot be cancelled unless accused appears before the Court.

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