HC upholds John Abraham’s 15-day jail term for rash driving
The court released John Abhraham on probation under the Probation of Offenders Act.
The Bombay High Court determined to provide John the advantage of the Probation of Offenders Act as this was the first offence he committed.
The court instructed John to pay Rs. 10,000 each to the two injured victims as compensation.
John Abhraham was taken into custody on March 9 after a Mumbai court ordered that the actor professional needed to spend 15 days in prison for claimed rash driving.
A Sessions Court on March 9 upheld an order given by a lower court in 2010.
However, the High Court later granted bail to John against a bond of Rs. 20,000 on the same day.
He was found guilty of rash driving in 2006 when he had injured two people while driving his motorbike in Mumbai’s Khar Danda area.
The actor took the injured people to the hospital after the accident.