I Am A Complainant.Accused Not Attending Adjournments

Thanks accused is on conditional bail is he has to attend each and every adjournment.accused not attended since 7 adjournments.yesturday my council given a memo to hon'ble judge that not allowing the accused council absence position But the hon'ble judge allowed the petition.matter is the same judge given conditional bail.last 7 absence petitions allowed before this 8th adjournment(Memo given).I do not understand how the judge allowing the petitions.please give me guidelines,that how I move to furher.Thanking you sir.Awaiting your reply

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absent petitions are generally allowed till charges are framed and accused pleads not guilty and commencement ofvtrial
ask your lawyer to move to next stage that is framing of charges , accused pleading not guilty and commencement of trial.
if trial has not commenced ask your lawyer to file a petition under 143a of negotiable instruments act. if the petition is allowed, the accused need to pay 20% of cheque amount to contest the case

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