Anticipatory Bail Advocate - Mumbai

What is Anticipatory bail?

Every individual has the right to liberty and must abide by the law. If a person is found guilty of a crime, he is deprived of his liberty. Bail sets him free on the condition that he will agree to take trial at a future date and to endure punishment if found guilty.

If a person believes that he may be arrested for a non-bailable offence, he may apply to the High Court or Court of session for anticipatory bail. The anticipatory bail is valid during the entire proceeding of the case, unless earlier cancelled.

Adv. Sanjay Balakrishnan is one of the top leading anticipatory bail advocates in Mumbai. He has built his reputation for the last 19 years as a trusted and reliable City Civil Court Advocate and Anticipatory Advocate in Mumbai.

Anticipatory bail is a request to release a person who is on bail, issued even before the person is arrested. This allows an individual to seek bail in the likelihood or expectation of an arrest based on the accusation of having committed a non- bailable offence.

The individual becomes eligible for anticipatory bail if he is apprehended and there is an action to get him arrested on false or hyped up charges that is formed due to hatred with someone or if he is afraid that a false case is being created against him. In this case, he will have the right to move the court of Session or the High Court under the section 438 of the code of Criminal procedure for the issue of bail in the case of his arrest and the court believes that he will be released on bail. Such anticipatory bails are granted by Sessions Court, High Court and Supreme court.

If you or someone that you know has been wrongly accused of a crime and fears being arrested, contact Lex Ventures Advocates immediately. At Lex Ventures Advocates, a team of professionally qualified advocates will guide you through receiving anticipatory bail. This ensures that you will have bail on the chance that you are arrested. Allow Lex Ventures to help you obtain anticipatory bail to avoid the traumatic experience of becoming arrested.