News Updates’Give Complete Details Of Criminal Antecedents Of Bail Applicants In Bail Orders’: Rajasthan High Court Directs Trial Courts Sparsh Upadhyay29 Nov 2020 4:28 AMShare This – xThe Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday (25th November) directed all the Trial Courts in the State to give the complete details of the antecedents (of the Bail Applicant), if any, and also record that there are no antecedents of the accused person in case of none being there. The Bench of Justice Pushpendra Singh Bhati issued the above-said direction while hearing the Bail…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday (25th November) directed all the Trial Courts in the State to give the complete details of the antecedents (of the Bail Applicant), if any, and also record that there are no antecedents of the accused person in case of none being there. The Bench of Justice Pushpendra Singh Bhati issued the above-said direction while hearing the Bail Application of an Accused who had no criminal antecedents. The Court further directed, “If there are antecedents of the accused, then the complete details of the antecedents i.e. FIR Number(s) & Case Number(s), Section(s), date(s), status and date of arrest & release on any previous occasion, if any, in the chart form shall be prepared and incorporated in the learned trial courts’ order, while granting or dismissing the bail application.” The Case before the Court The Bail Applicant-Accused before the Court was arrested in for the offences punishable under Section 392/34 of IPC. The Court granted him bail and thus, his application filed under Section 439 Cr.P.C. was allowed. However, the Court in its order noted that there was no mention regarding the status of criminal antecedents of the Accused-Bail applicant in the impugned order. To this, the Court said, “It is often seen by this Court that the learned courts below are not specific in regard to antecedents of the accused persons, which causes a delay in the disposal of the bail applications, as if the person is not having antecedents and his antecedents are called, receiving of such antecedents reports takes quite some time.” The Court further remarked, “Though the antecedent alone is not a ground of rejecting or accepting a bail, but it is must that the Hon’ble High Court should have the antecedent report to check the applicability of Section 437 (1) of Cr.P.C. as well as to weigh the case of the accused person with an overall perspective of the allegations levelled.” Subsequently, the Court directed that its order be conveyed by the Registry of the Court to all learned District & Sessions Judges of the State, “who shall ensure the immediate implementation of this order amongst all the judicial officers and all courts in their respective jurisdiction, which are hearing the bail applications.” “The detailed antecedents report in the aforesaid format so provided in the trial courts’ order shall be the requirement of disposal of any bail application in the state of Rajasthan”, said the Court It has also been directed that the Public Prosecutors all over the State “shall call for the antecedents report well in advance in every case of bail, so as to enable the courts to have definite and correct information regarding previous criminal antecedents of the accused.” Case title- Jugal v. State Of Rajasthan [S.B. Criminal Miscellaneous Bail Application No. 13513/2020][Picture Courtesy – Rajasthan High Court’s Website] Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
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The upset immediately drew comparisons with Buster Douglas’ upset victory over Mike Tyson in 1990 and Hasim Rahman’s dramatic victory over Lennox Lewis in South Africa in 2001.Ruiz was dismissed largely on the basis of his roly-poly body shape, but his fast hands and solid chin saw him prevail.Former Olympic champion Joshua swears that he will make the necessary adjustments to avenge the defeat, following the path of former heavyweight champions Lewis (against Rahman), Evander Holyfield (Riddick Bowe) and Muhammad Ali (Joe Frazier), who all rebounded to win their rematches.Speaking of Joshua last week, Ruiz said: “He looks a little slimmer, but I don’t think that’s going to do any different. You can do whatever you want outside of the ring, but inside of the ring when it’s fight time, like Mike Tyson said, everyone has a plan until you get hit.“He’s going to try and win by points, especially since he’s going to be running around. My job is to cut the ring, and that’s exactly what we’ve been training for.”Several outstanding fights will make up the undercard, including heavyweights Alexander Povetkin and Michael Hunter and junior-lightweights Scott Quigg and Jono Carroll.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The biggest fight of the year – the much-awaited rematch between heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz and Anthony Joshua – will be broadcast live on SuperSport on December 7. The event will be available on DStv packages from Compact Plus to Premium.Five months after American Ruiz upset Joshua in one of the greatest shocks in boxing history, the pair will meet in a purpose-built 15, 000-seat arena in Saudi Arabia, in an event aptly called “Clash on the Dunes”.In June, Ruiz put Joshua down several times in their battle at Madison Square Garden before ending matters in the seventh round.