Normally, Supreme Court liberally grants time to surrender to a convict.

Standard

After a conviction is upheld, Supreme Court or High Court, ordinarily, liberally extends time to surrender unless there are some special reasons to refuse extension of time.

Because, after so many years, when a person has to go in jail, he has to make some arrangements of his affairs.

Courts, normally grants 4 weeks time to surrender.
But these are all problems which are looked upon by courts with compassion.

If a convict, needs some more time of a further 4 week to 6 weeks, such times are ordinarily granted.

Haresh Raichura
15/4/13