An order issued to free a citizen on Parole right before they apprehend the citizen. There's a fear of detention in this case, and the guy is not detained until the Bail is issued. An individual can apply for such Bail under Section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC). Only the Sessions Court and the High Court shall question it.
Section 438 of the CrPC lays down the provisions on anticipatory Bail:
"If any party anticipates that he/she will be detained on charges of committing a non-refundable offence, he/she will apply for guidance under this provision to the High Court or the Court of Session. The Court can order (if it deems fit) that he/she shall be released on Bail in the event of such arrests even before an arrest is made without subjecting him/her to further restrictions."
Anticipatory Bail became part of the CrPC in 1973 after having proposed the incorporation of such provision in the 41st Law Commission Report (1969). It was added to prevent the person's unlawful abuse of his right to personal liberty.
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