Criminal

  • Legal Notices
  • Police Complaint
  • Police NC
  • Filing FIR in police station
  • Regular Bail (filing & applications before Criminal courts)
  • Anticipatory Ball (fling & applications before Criminal courts)
  • Interim Ball (filing & applications before Criminal courts)
  • FIR Quashing
  • Filing/defending complaint under section 138 of N. I. Act or as a Cheque Bounce Lawyer before magistrate
  • Filing the Complaint, Case, Criminal Trial, and Argument for High court, Session Courts, District Courts, Magistrate Courts, JMFC and other lower courts
  • To assist in filing the FIR or Criminal Complaint under offence related to marriage u/s 498A, 406, Domestic Violence Act, Dowry Prohibition Act, etc
  • Filing of Criminal complaint before Police station or magistrate under section 190, 200, 156(3) Of code of Criminal procedure 1973
  • Filing of Revision, Appeal, Criminal Writ, petition under sec.482 of Cr.P.C against the acquittal /conviction
  • Filing / defending the criminal complaint under various provisions and sections of Indian Penal Code,
    Companies Act, Factories Act, Food Adulteration Act, Family Act, etc. Passport Act, NDPS Act, Drugs Act,
    Money Laundering, Arms Act. Etc.
  • Offenses affecting human body (viz. Murder, Suicide, Dowry Death, Causing death by Negligence, Rape, Kidnapping, Unnatural Sex, Sexual offenses, etc)
  • Offence related to property, viz. Theft, Robbery, Extortion, Cheating, Forgery, Mischief, Criminal Breach of trust, Criminal Conspiracy, Misappropriation of funds / Properties, etc
  • Offenses against the State, Offence against the Public Tranquility and Public Justic.

Why Us

An Expert team of Lawyers with experience of different cases 

Our lawyers are prevalent in a range of courts :

 

  • Mumbai High Court
  • Sessions Court
  • District Court
  • Tribunals
  • Supreme Court 

Along with creating a tailored strategy that safeguards your interests

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are desirous of having the courts appoint you an attorney, there are certain criteria that you typically have to meet. Some courts will allow you to have a court appointed lawyer without qualification and some require that you show proof of your inability to afford

Most cases do not require you to have a lawyer at your arraignment. However, you should definitely have had spoken to a lawyer before you are required to enter your plea. Even if you don’t have an attorney present at your arraignment, the courts will proceed in giving you a formal account of your  charges

If you are in need of private counsel, you may be to confide in the opinion of either someone that you respect or trust, or someone that has had experience in dealing with legal issues. Moreover, there are several resources that you can use to find adequate representation. The State Bar is an excellent resource to find lawyers.

There are no clear cut answers to the amount that a lawyer may charge. There are other lawyers that charge by either the complexity or the severity of your case.

Most definitely not. Especially when facing potential jail time. There are many reasons why you should not represent yourself in a criminal defense case. However, the most important reason is for experience. The qualifications required to accurately defend one self in court are considerable. Even experienced lawyers rely upon other lawyers to represent them in court matters.

If the lawyer that you have representing you is appointed by the courts or is a public defender, then it may be difficult to request a new lawyer without a substantial reason. However, if you have a private attorney and are not satisfied with their work, then you may request a new lawyer be placed on your case and find a new one.

Only when the police have a significant enough belief to ascertain probable cause can they execute an arrest without an arrest warrant. There are however extenuating circumstances that may give the officers right to execute and arrest without a warrant. Each state has their own rules regarding the acceptance of warrant execution.

If you voluntarily offer answers to police questions then that information is admissible in a court of law. If is important to note that the authorities intend to build their case against you when they are questioning you. The police are not attempting to help you by asking you questions even though they make become increasingly friendly when asking you for information.

If there was a roadblock created to pull over random vehicles and not intentionally setup to single out one vehicle, then the answer is yes. Without probable cause to believe that you may broken the law, there is not a just cause for the police to stop you and ask questions that are not in line with you constitutional rights.

In some cases there is. For instance, if a person has knowing fully and willingly proposed or conspired to commit a crime, then the courts may find enough evidence to charge that person with a case of conspiracy. However, there must be sufficient evidence for this courts to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the suspect intended to carry out a criminal offense.

No, there are classifications of the different drugs based on the drugs scheduling. The offense level is determined by the classification of the illegal substance that the dealer was in possession of. For the higher classification drugs, the sentencing can be quite severe and for some of the lower classification the sentencing may not even require jail time in some states.