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What does JC stand for?

JC stands for Judicial Custody

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  • Military and Government

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FOUR people, including the two alleged shooters, accused in the murder of real estate tycoon Deepak Bhardwaj, were on Monday remanded in judicial custody till April 29 by a Delhi court.
Sri Lanka arrested 112 Indian fishermen accused of poaching ordered the men should be held in judicial custody until the end of the month pending police investigations, a court official said by telephone.
3 -- Former Goa Tourism Minister Francisco Pacheco alias 'Mickky', evading arrest for the last 29 days in Nadia Torrado's death episode as the prime suspect, was remanded to two-day judicial custody immediately after he surrendered before the Chief Judicial Magistrate in Margao, even as he moved for an interim bail in another sessions court.
A spokeswoman for Britain's Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London told AFP: "We can confirm that a British national died in judicial custody in Goa last night.
The transfer of the accused from police to judicial custody is a sign the investigation is completed and that police are ready to submit their case for a regular hearing.