Dowry Case Accused Heavily Fined for Spamming Court with Successive Frivolous Applications

  • While imposing costs on a Dowry Death Accused for abusing the legal system by filing multiple frivolous motions, the Allahabad High Court stated that honesty, fairness, and purity of mind should be of the highest order when approaching the court, which they were not.

  • The single-Bench, led by Justice Sanjay Kumar Singh, found that she had abused the legal process by bringing multiple applications before the Court, concealing important facts and documents, and had mislead the Court.

  • The current plea was filed under Section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code, seeking to have the entire proceedings of a case filed against her for the claimed suicidal death of her daughter-in-law under Sections 498-A, 304-B of the Indian Penal Code, and 34 of the Dowry Prohibition Act quashed.


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