• Visa issue

4 5 years ago, i was arrested for destroying someone's property. i was charged but i donot exactly remember what was the charges against me, but when we went to the small court the judge acquitted after hearing that i was arrested nearby the place where incident happened and he just tole ki 'isko chodh do' thats it but after that i was told that i have to come right after one month to sign and if i wont come, warrant will issue against me,,so i was worried if i am convicted, so i went after 1 month and signed. they said every thing was sorted out. so my question is was i convicted for the crime that day?..if i was..then will this be on records and will affect my career?..and the last one is..is there any problem in getting visa for dubai?
please rply in detail..i am a little bit worried here
Asked 4 months ago in Criminal Law from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Religion: Hindu
1) yiu have been acquitted after hearing 

2) there is no criminal case pending against you 

3) you are not convicted for any offence 

4) it will not destroy your career 

5) you will not face any visa problem 
Ajay Sethi
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Your visa will not be rejected 

You are free to go to Dubai 
Ajay Sethi
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Thanks for your appreciation 
Ajay Sethi
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You have stated that you have been acquitted in the case.

It means that the case agaisnt you has been disposed and you have been discharged from all the charges framed against you.

There is nothing to be worried because you have not been convicted hence there wont be any criminal records registered agaisnt you with the police. 
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it is mainly the visa issue that i am worried about.
i need to go to dubai for a few days, so i need some assurance that this incident wont affect when i apply for visa or i get my visa rejected or anything like that

There is no offence made out against you nor you have been convicted nor there is any criminal case pending against you.

Hence there wont be any problem for your visa.

You can be worryless about this aspect. 
T Kalaiselvan
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Thanku so much sir

You are welcome for your appreciations.
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From your narration it seems that you were only released on bail and not acquitted, but the exact picture would be clear only after an inspection of the judicial file of the case. So engage a local lawyer to ascertain this. No detailed reply is required. 
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it appears case against you has been disposed of 

2) if it was pending you would have to attend court on dates given by court 

3) if you did not attend warrant would have been issued against you 

4) for period of 5 years you have not attended court nor any warrant issued against you 

5) hence you need not worry as case appears to have been disposed of 
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Tell your lawyer to obtain a certified copy of the court order to ascertain if it was an acquittal or discharge.
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sir, the judge told ki inko chodh do
and after that they called me after one month for peshi, and after that they told me tumhara case khatam jao koi dikkat nai
please tell me if i was acquitted why did they called me for peshi..and if the case is pending why wasnt i called yet
what should i do to get assurity

By this it can be understood that you were summoned to court for pronouncing the verdict.
Accordingly on that date the court has pronounced the verdict "they told me tumhara case khatam jao koi dikkat nai" - this indicates that you have been acquitted or the case has been dismissed, so there is nothing to be worried on it anymore.
There is no case pending as of now hence be free about it. 
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