Legal Advice for Anticipatory Bail and Criminal Trial by Criminal Lawyers in Punjab, India

Anticipatory Bail in 498a of Indian Penal Code is of utmost importance especially when you fear arrest in a false case. Bail is defined in CRPC and in simple words anticipatory bail allows accused to get temporary freedom until his case is finally disposed off. Once you get anticipatory bail you need spend even a single minute in police or judicial custody and you will be free until your case is disposed off in court. As name says anticipatory bail is to be taken when you anticipate arrest. If you fear arrest in a case which you have not commit then you have all the rights to apply for anticipatory bail in court. When you come to know that your wife and her family members have filed 498a case against you then you should apply for anticipatory bail and safeguard yourself from the arrest.

Under Indian criminal law, there is a provision for anticipatory bail under Section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code. This provision allows a person to seek bail in anticipation of an arrest on accusation of having committed a non-bailable offence.

On filing anticipatory bail, the opposing party is notified about the bail application and the opposition can then contest the bail application in court

If you have fear of being arrest while landing at any Airport of India or any false if you are in India then the expert lawyer at NRI Law Offices can help you in applying for your anticipatory bail, since it’s a very sensitive procedure so you need to consult our team personally.

NRI Law Offices have experienced hand criminal lawyers handling criminal case trial before the District and Sessions Courts in Punjab India and High Court of Punjab & Haryana Chandigarh. For more information and detailed advise, you are welcome to write us at or call at +91 947 852 6909 or take appointment for in-person meeting.

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