Judgement of the Day-G. SELVAKUMAR vs STATE OF TAMIL NADU

G. SELVAKUMAR vs STATE OF TAMIL NADU,


(Crl.)No(s).4202-4203/2020


FACTS

In this case FIR was Registered over allegation of criminal breach of trust, cheating etc. and an

intermittent bail was granted over the condition that he will settle the dispute relating to the

human payment of money. Later accused told that court he is facing difficulty to pay the Money

due to some domestic circumstances. The High Court didn't appreciate the response and thus

dismissed the bail stating, " If he knows that he would not be in the position to make any

payment he should've prayed for grant of regular bail" Challenging this the accused filed a SLP

before the supreme court.


JUDGEMENT

The Supreme court observed that, " The court can't refuse to hear a bail application in the ground

the accused failed to comply with the settlement offer made.”

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