498a Anticipatory Bail Rejected by Session Court: What to do Now

In past, we have had many posts on 498a and now we are back with another article and in this we would be telling you about what to do when your 498a Anticipatory Bail is Rejected by Session Court. By now you must have seen out article on how to get anticipatory bail in 498a and then how to quash FIR in 498a. So today we would be talking about what to do then your 498a Anticipatory Bail gets Rejected by Session Court.

498a Anticipatory Bail Rejected by Session Court

Many people say that once your anticipatory bail gets rejected by session court in 498a case then you would be arrested by the police. This is completely WRONG, you rejection of bail does not mean that police has got a reason to arrest you now. Now once your 498a Anticipatory Bail gets rejected by session court the very first thing you need to do is move to court for stay on arrest. Once you get stay on arrest from court you would now need to move to high court with your bail application. In most of the cases accused get anticipatory bail from high court.

What to do When High Court Rejects 498a Anticipatory Bail

We just now talked about session court rejecting your anticipatory bail and we advised you to move to high court. Now the question arises what would you do if you anticipatory bail gets rejected by high court. So in this case you would need to move to the highest court with special leave petition before supreme court. In most of the cases you would get bail from supreme court.

So this was about various options which may be used when your anticipatory bail gets rejected by the court. I am sure you would be able to get your bail and win your case easily against your crooked wife.

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