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Law of Bail

Law of Bail

by R K Naroola, Udayan Mukerji
Bail
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“Bail not jail,” as expounded by Justice V R Krishna Iyer, is the central theme of discussion in this publication. Law of Bail, while tracing the history of the concept of bail in India and other jurisdictions, delves into the legislative provisions governing bail. The authors analyse the relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 in the context of legislative developments and judicial interpretation accorded to it by the superior courts. The comparative analysis of parameters considered in matters of regular bail and anticipatory bail, especially in view of the new-found rigour with which perpetrators of economic offences are being pursued and prosecuted, has been presented in a tabular format for ease of reference and understanding. The aim is to review the legislative and judicial developments relating to bail on the anvil of Article 21 of the Constitution of India, which recognises the right to life and personal liberty as a fundamental right.

The commentary also examines the bail provisions under special statutes including The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967; The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002; Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985; Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012; and Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015. The last chapter in the book encapsulates the law relating to bail as it stands today, identifies lacunae in the existing legal framework, and expounds the course that bail provisions should take in the future. The book will be of immense value to practitioners, judges, police officers, enforcement officers, policy makers, academicians and researchers.

Categories: Civil, Criminal & Labour Laws
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

Authors: R K Naroola, Udayan Mukerji
About Authors:
R K Naroola :

R K Naroola is a leading legal practitioner and consultant with over 36 years of experience in advising and representing corporate and individual clients. He has acquired highly specialised experience in Collaborations, Joint Ventures, Banking, Industrial Relations, Labour Law, International Financial Institutions, Foreign Trade, Contract Law and Negotiations. He has been involved in setting up of companies and Joint Ventures both in India and abroad.

Udayan Mukerji :

Udayan Mukerji is a retired IPS officer and a practicing advocate with specialization in criminal matters, torts, writ petitions, arbitration and contracts. During his career with the IPS, he functioned at various levels dealing with homeland and internal security, communications security and investigations into security deficiencies. He is the recipient of the Indian Police Medal for Meritorious Service and the President’s Medal for Distinguished Service.


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Bail
About Book:

“Bail not jail,” as expounded by Justice V R Krishna Iyer, is the central theme of discussion in this publication. Law of Bail, while tracing the history of the concept of bail in India and other jurisdictions, delves into the legislative provisions governing bail. The authors analyse the relevant provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 in the context of legislative developments and judicial interpretation accorded to it by the superior courts. The comparative analysis of parameters considered in matters of regular bail and anticipatory bail, especially in view of the new-found rigour with which perpetrators of economic offences are being pursued and prosecuted, has been presented in a tabular format for ease of reference and understanding. The aim is to review the legislative and judicial developments relating to bail on the anvil of Article 21 of the Constitution of India, which recognises the right to life and personal liberty as a fundamental right.

The commentary also examines the bail provisions under special statutes including The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967; The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002; Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985; Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012; and Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015. The last chapter in the book encapsulates the law relating to bail as it stands today, identifies lacunae in the existing legal framework, and expounds the course that bail provisions should take in the future. The book will be of immense value to practitioners, judges, police officers, enforcement officers, policy makers, academicians and researchers.

Categories: Civil, Criminal & Labour Laws
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

Authors: R K Naroola, Udayan Mukerji
About Authors:
R K Naroola :

R K Naroola is a leading legal practitioner and consultant with over 36 years of experience in advising and representing corporate and individual clients. He has acquired highly specialised experience in Collaborations, Joint Ventures, Banking, Industrial Relations, Labour Law, International Financial Institutions, Foreign Trade, Contract Law and Negotiations. He has been involved in setting up of companies and Joint Ventures both in India and abroad.

Udayan Mukerji :

Udayan Mukerji is a retired IPS officer and a practicing advocate with specialization in criminal matters, torts, writ petitions, arbitration and contracts. During his career with the IPS, he functioned at various levels dealing with homeland and internal security, communications security and investigations into security deficiencies. He is the recipient of the Indian Police Medal for Meritorious Service and the President’s Medal for Distinguished Service.

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