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We practice extensively in Criminal Laws matter, we are the best Criminal Lawyers and Criminal Law Experts; we appear before various Courts and Tribunals at Bangalore including Magistrate Court, Sessions Court and High Court.

Our services include:

Matters related to cheque bounce and Negotiable Instruments Act

Matters related to Dowry Harassment, 498A

Matters related to Fraud, Cheating and Criminal Breach of Trust

Financial Crimes, Corporate Crimes

Cases for Quashing Criminal Proceedings

Offences under Intellectual Property Rights, Trade Mark, Copy Rights

Criminal Appeals

Criminal Revision Petitions

Anticipatory Bail, Regular Bail

Cyber Crime

Human Rights Violation cases

Cases under Domestic Violence Act

Sexual Harassment at Workplaces cases

Criminal Defamation cases

Offences under Indian Penal Code

Criminal contempt matters

 






Stages of criminal trial in India



Steps to be followed in the cheque bounce matters

 
Directors not automatically liable for Cheque bounce


Whether Mens Rea which means “guilty mind” necessary for crimes by corporate houses


Transfer of criminal trial, factors relevant


Guidelines from Supreme Court with regard to the court power in issuing non-bailable warrant


Can cryptic messages considered for FIR?


Person convicted under section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act (Cheque Bounce) can be prosecuted under section 420 of the Indian Penal Code


Community Services as punishment in addition to prison sentence for drunken driving


Lawful marriage no required for a man to be punished under section 439 of Indian Penal Code


Bail matter, Court not to undertake meticulous examination of evidence


Power of Magistrate to take voice sample


Lodging two FIR against same person in respect of same case


Principle laid down while exercising power by High Court to quash Criminal Proceedings


Sanction to prosecute police officer


Compact Disk (C.D) recording is a document of evidence


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