1. You can approach the high court for speedy disposal and getting direction of arrest of the accused within time prescribed. You can also approach to concerned police and get arrested the accused by approaching higher officials of the department.
2. The case will adjourn until the accused get arrested and brought before the Court. Instead of waiting for arrest of the accused you can seek relief of proclamation of properties of the accused by filing a petition to that effect. The court will consider proclamation if you seek through a petition that will make fact conclusion of your case.
3. Having good lawyers make no difference in case. You just pursue your case and pressurize concerned police for get arrested the accused and let him appear before the court. A cheque bounce case is purely defends of technical aspects viz., legally enforced debt, the cheque must be issued towards part or full discharge of legally enforceable debt, cheque must be deposited for encashment within its limitation, the cheque must be return for the reasons applicable under NI Act, Statuary legal notice must be sent within stipulated time to correct address of the accused and the complaint must be filed within stipulated time etc.,
4. Either you or your lawyer must appear before court on hearing date of the case. Non representation on behalf the accused will not make any difference. if the NBW pending generally no lawyer will appear on behalf of the accused in fact he has no reason to appear before teh court. If NBWs executed then the accused lawyer will appear by filing a bail application.