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Salman's hit and run case hearing postponed!

Amit Desai, Salman Khan's lawyer asks for three more weeks!

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The Bombay high court on Wednesday was adjourned to July 13, the appeal filed by actor Salman Khan against his conviction for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit and run case.

After the HC had suspended the trial court sentence of five years' rigorous imprisonment for Salman Khan last month on May 6, the HC had granted him bail.

On June 15th the court had postponed the matter to July 1st after it was informed that the paper book of the case papers was not ready.

Seeking more time for verification of documents, Salman Khan's advocate Amit Desai told the court that the papers were delivered to him only last evening (Tuesday). Desai asked for three weeks, but public prosecutor Sandeep Shinde said that the request was nothing but an attempt to kill time!

The paper book of the appeal was ready and submitted to the court but it contains five volumes, which needs to be translated into English. The language used in the High Court is English and all documents in any other language used in lower courts as evidence must be translated into English and this will take some time.

Now the hearing will now take place on July 13th 2015.

Salman Khan

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silkymeadow 5 years ago what a shame on Indian judiciary system for letting criminals go free
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vivikiki 5 years ago INDIAN JUDICIARY SYSTEM RIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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nikkiluvrati 5 years ago so this criminal bhai is allowed roam anywhere he wants what kind of law we have in INDIA? fully corrupted law nothing else!!! only riches are allowed to do anything and the poor has to suffer:(2015-07-02 02:24:25
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hariyaksh 5 years ago It took 13 years for his conviction but barely 4 hours for his bail. Now again, it will take years for his conviction and a couple hours for his bail. This is like an endless cycle of our prestiged "judicial system". I'm thinking this judicial system in India was made to protect the rich and convict the poor.
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pallavi25 5 years ago Tareekh pe Tareekh mili, Judge Saab, lekin Insaaf nahin mila, hit and run victims ko...
Convicted criminal will stay out of jail and release his movie. Shame on Justice System!
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Rishi_ 5 years ago So this dirty rotten filth is going to remain out of jail probably forever. India's judicial system is really a joke.
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jyoti01 5 years ago How convenient. His movie releases on 15th again a lot of media coverage
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