Magistrates have power to release accuse on provisional cash bail initially

Mr Sajal Kumar Mitra vs The State Of Maharashtra

Bombay HC

24/01/2011

WRIT PETITION NO. 584 OF 2010

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Now the Government of Maharashtra has, by a Notification, directed that verification of the sureties should be done by the Tahsildar. This has further added to the difficulties of the persons who are released on bail since it takes long time for Tahsildar to complete the process of verification of documents tendered by the sureties and even though the accused is released on bail he remains inside for 2/3 weeks and some times one month since the verification of surety is not completed within that period.

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