Sec 52A NDPS Act: Accused would not become entitled to bail merely because samples sent for forensic analysis were not drawn in front of a magistrate, Rules Bombay HC

In a significant legal development, the Bombay High Court recently handed down a ruling with far-reaching implications for accused individuals under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985. The court, led by Justice MS Karnik, underlined that an accused’s entitlement to bail should not hinge solely on non-compliance with the procedure prescribed under

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