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What is NBW?WHAT IS THE NEXT PROCEDURE?

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Asked by DEEPALAKSHMI, 18 Mar '11 07:42 pm
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The issuance of non-bailable warrants involves interference with personal liberty. Arrest and imprisonment means deprivation of the most precious right of an individual.[1] Therefore, the courts have to be extremely careful before issuing non-bailable warrants. Only when in the larger interest of the Public and the State it becomes absolutely imperative to curtail freedom of an individual for a certain period, should non-bailable warrants be issued.[2] Just as liberty is precious for an individual so is the interest of the society in maintaining law and order. Both are extremely important for the survival of a civilized society. Sometimes in the larger interest of the Public and the State it becomes absolutely imperative to curtail freedom of an individual for a certain period.

The next step to force them to appear before the court.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 18 Mar '11 07:54 pm

 
  
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NBW means Non Bailable Warrant..
after that they can arrest you.. but there is a provision where you can take bail by giving surity.
Answered by Dilip Pounikar, 18 Mar '11 07:44 pm

 
  
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NBW refers to Non Bailable Warrant.

Under the legal procedures, if some one is arrested for a bailable offence, usually the Police Authorities can let release the arrested person on bail themselves, after completing the bail formalities.

Whereas when a Non Bailable Warrant is issued and a person is detained on the basis of this Warrant, the Police Authorities cannot release the arrested on Bail, without producing him before the appropriate court of law, where the accused can plead for bail.

Therefore under NBW, production of the accused before the Court of Law is mandatory.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 18 Mar '11 07:50 pm

 
  
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NBW means Non Bailable Warrant..
Answered by sumati gayki, 21 Mar '11 12:31 pm

 
  
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