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State vs Lucky on 17 May, 2017

1. The State has called in question the correctness of the order of
sentence passed by the Additional Sessions Judge-04 (Central), Tis
Hazari Courts, Delhi in Sessions Case No.7/2014 whereby the accused
person/respondent, though has been convicted under Section 394/411
read with section 34 of the IPC, but has been let off on probation of good
conduct, subject to his furnishing bond in the sum of Rs.25,000/- with
one surety of like amount before the Probation Officer to appear and
receive sentence when called upon during the period of probation and in
the meantime to keep peace and good behavior for a period of one year
from the date of furnishing of the bond. The respondent has also been

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directed to pay compensation of Rs.3000/- each to both the victims of the
case.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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