In the FIR produced to her, she saw that she was booked under two bailable sections, 290 of the IPC and 75 of Tamil Nadu Police Act, and she signed it. However, a non-bailable section, 505 of the IPC, was added in writing to the FIR when it was produced in the Magistrate’s house. Nevertheless, the judge refused to remand her under section 505 of the IPC. When advocates tried to file a bail petition, the judge reportedly told the lawyers that he will not accept the bail petition in his house. “When the judge could accept the remand petition in his house, what prompted him to refuse bail petition,” questioned Tiphagne.