The applicant is continuously absconding since last 3-4 years and that process under Section 82 and 83 CrPC has already been executed against the applicant and that a case under Section 174 (A) IPC was also registered against her, the AGA argued in the court.
Supreme Court pronounced its judgment in a appeal filed against conviction for cruelty against woman and dowry death by husband, his brother and mother. However, the Court has acquitted convict's mother and brother giving benefit of doubt in the absence of any direct proof.
The Apex Court recently reserved its judgment in an appeal filed by a man and his family members against their conviction and order of sentence for causing death of his wife who was carrying a four month child.
The Karnataka High Court has sent an Additional District and Sessions Judge of Mysuru, who granted bail to a dowry death accused, to the Judicial Academy for training, so that he could apply judicious thought process and exercise judicial discretion in future, before granting bail in heinous offences such as dowry death.