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Lawyer lands in ACB net for accepting Rs 50,000 bribe

PTI | Mumbai | Updated: 15-05-2019 18:50 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 17:13 IST
Lawyer lands in ACB net for accepting Rs 50,000 bribe
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The Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Wednesday caught a lawyer while accepting Rs 50,000 bribe in Satara district of Maharashtra, police said. Shivraj Maruti Patil (30), a resident of Karad, was caught outside the consumer court while accepting the bribe from his client, an official said.

Patil was the lawyer of a 46-year-old person, whose case is pending in the consumer court in Karad, he said. "The lawyer demanded Rs 50,000 from the complainant for getting a favourable verdict from the court. Patil told the complainant that he has to give the money to the court," the official said.

Based on the complaint, the ACB laid a trap was laid outside the court premises and Patil was caught in the act, he said.



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