There are certain situations in which bail can be cancelled. In cases where the Court feels that during the various stages of the proceeding, a person is:
- Intimidating, bribing or tampering with the witnesses,
- Trying to abscond or flee.
Then the Court may cancel the bail, and re-arrest the person. This is applicable to both bailable and non-bailable offences. Cancellation happens if the person’s conduct subsequent to his release may hamper/affect the proceedings of the case and the possibility of a fair trial.0