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CRIMINAL LAW

CRIMINAL LAW

Our company is capable of handling all types of criminal cases in Trial Courts, High Court, and Supreme Court. Powered by profound knowledge and technical expertise, our associate Criminal Lawyers render legal services right from registration till the final settlement. We also offer solutions for prosecution and defense cases. Our lawyers are fully acquainted with all the sections of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, and Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. Our strength lies in our ability to carefully understand our client issues and provide the best possible solutions as per law. The team of our lawyers is committed to advise the client by providing them the speedy results in the criminal cases. The team is exceptionally well qualified and has dealt with all types of matters including the appeals before High Court, offences relating to property such as misappropriation of funds, criminal breach of trust etc and other economic and criminal offences. Bail, Cheque Dishonor,
Property, Release, Discharge, FIR, Quashing of Criminal Proceeding,
Private Complaints, Criminal Appeals (High Court & Sessions Court)
Cheating, Misappropriation, Fraudulent Deeds & Disposition Of Property, Theft, Criminal Trespass, Sexual offence Marriage Offences, Cruelty, Dowry, Defamation, Criminal Breach or Contract Of Services. Criminal law deals with offences and their punishment. In a criminal offence, the State takes upon itself the responsibility to investigate and collect evidence to fight the case in court and enforce the punishment. Criminal offences such are theft, rape, murder, cheating, forgery, mischief, house-trespass etc are dealt with in the Indian Penal Code, 1960. The Penal Code defines the offence, the ingredients of the offence and sets out the punishment for the offence. When a person has been convicted by a Court, he has a right to file an appeal in the higher court. Generally, a judgment passed by the Magistrate Court can be challenged in the Sessions Court and a judgment passed by the Sessions Court can be challenged in the High Court. No appeal can be filed in case of petty offences and when the Accused has pleaded guilty. We very well know that ‘ justice delayed is justice denied’ , and hence our team full of knowledgeable lawyers will try to assist the client’s and will help resolving their problems.