High Court Can Set Aside Conviction on Compromise in a Non Compoundable Offence Only in Rare Cases

On Tuesday, a Full Bench of the Bombay High Court ( Nagpur Bench ) High Courts while exercising their inherent powers u/s 482 cannot set aside an accused’s conviction in non compoundable offence on the ground that the complainant and accused compromised at a post-conviction stage. The Bench clarified that Court’s could set aside the

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