The Supreme Court declines to postpone the rape accuser's bail plea hearing. This Is Why

Supreme Court said it would take ten seconds to order an order, but that it would cause a person to lose his liberty and be in jail for one more week . The court decided to bring the case to the Bombay High Court in Goa tomorrow, the day of the bail plea hearing, and challenge the trial court order .

The Supreme Court said today that it will take ten seconds to order an order, but that it would cause a person to lose his liberty and be in jail for one more week, rejecting a request from a alleged rape suspect to suspend the trial court order and listing the bail plea of an accused for hearing.The Supreme Court explained that on the other hand, we suspect trial courts do not allow bails, and here is a case where he has just said that he will hear the The Supreme Court's order to suspend the trial court order would not be appropriate at this stage.The court decided to bring the case to the Bombay High Court in Goa tomorrow, the day of the bail plea hearing, and challenge the trial court order.The bench said: It would take ten seconds for a lawyer to pass an order and place the woman in jail for another one week.It was amended: You can sue the trial court for the higher court order.

We would not want to interfere unless there is a solution.It asked the trial court, which is set to hear the accused's bail plea, to hear the case at 3 p.m. tomorrow, the bench said.After the woman's petition is filed and noted before it, the high court can hear it and read the sentence, according to senior advocate ADN Rao.On a call to the prosecution, he urged the top court to halt the trial court order by a week or until the high court has heard the victims' appeal for a bail plea hearing.Featured Video Of The DayIf You (India) Profit From Our Suffering...: Ukraine Ministers Message.

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