Salman Khan’s car a Toyota Land Cruiser met with an accident in suburban Bandra on September 28, 2002, killing one person and injuring four. The actor’s car ran over a group of persons who were sleeping in front of the bakery that night.
On October 2002: Salman Khan was been charged under Indian Penal Code Sec. 304 II (culpable homicide not amounting to murder), which attracts up to 10 years in prison.
October 7 2002: Salman Khan Surrendered again before the Bandra police, he was arrested.
October 21 2002: Mumbai police had filed charge sheet in Bandra magistrate court.
October 24, 2002: Salman Khan was granted bail after he was arrested on Oct 7.
March 2003: Salman Khan had challenged application of section 304-II of IPC in Mumbai session court.
May 2003: The court had rejected Salman Khan’s plea, asked magistrate court to frame charges.
June 2003: Salman Khan takes the case to Bombay High Court, which opines that section 304-II of IPC not application in the case.
October 2003: Maharashtra Government’s involvement. Government challenges Bombay HC order in Supreme Court.
December 2003: Supreme Court rules to check that the magistrate court may decide whether section 304-II of IPC could be applied.
October 2006: Magistrate court frames charges against Salman under section 302-II of IPC.
October 3, 2007: Police bodyguard Ravindra Patil, who filed the first FIR, died of TB.
October 2011: Prosecution demanded that Salman Khan should be punished under harsh sections.
December 23, 2013: Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate V S Patil, after examining 17 witnesses, invokes the charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder on the actor and refers the case to sessions court for trial.
April 27, 2014: Fresh trial of the case started in the session court after the first witness was desposed.
July 24, 2014: Charges were framed against Salman in fresh trial by session court.