A Full Bench of Apex Court passed these guidelines while issuing bail orders.
Sanjay Awasthi Vs State of Uttar Pradesh on 14 Jul 2015
In the result, we issue the following directions:
(i) Such of the petitioners as have not already furnished bail bonds to the satisfaction of the trial courts concerned shall do so within a period of two weeks from today in which event the protection against arrest shall continue but only subject to their furnishing such bonds.
(ii) The trial court(s) shall satisfy themselves about the deposit of the amount directed by us, in terms of our Order(s) passed in each one of the
cases. In case deposit is not made as directed, the same shall be made within four weeks from the date the trial Court issues a direction to that effect after verification.
(iii) Liberty is reserved to the CBI to move the trial court concerned in case the amount already deposited by the petitioners does not match the amount on a proportionate basis that should be recovered from them having regard to the amount alleged to have been misappropriated or
wrongfully paid/received. Should the petitioner(s) fail to deposit any such further amount directed by the trial court, the bail order granted in his/her favour shall stand cancelled without any further reference to this Court.
(iv) The trial court(s) shall be free to direct deposit of Passports by the accused-persons in such of the cases at it may consider just and proper.
(v) The petitioners shall not tamper with the evidence in any manner whatsoever and if they do so, the Court shall be free to cancel the bail granted to the accused concerned.
(vi) The amount deposited by the petitioners shall be remitted by the trial court(s) to the State Government, Department of Health and Family Welfare, for utilisation in the ongoing NRHM Scheme.
(vii) The trial court(s) shall endeavour to expedite the trial and shall be free to pass appropriate order(s) against the petitioners including an order withdrawing the concession of bail granted to them or any one of them, if the accused do not cooperate or otherwise resort to dilatory tactics.