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Criminal Law

Criminal law encompasses the rules and regulations that govern behaviour deemed harmful to society and is the only area of the law that uses jail term as a deterrent. It defines criminal offences, establishes the consequences for unlawful conduct, and ensures a fair and just legal process for both victims and the accused.

The Indian Penal Code, 1860, outlines the range of offences and their corresponding penalties from theft and assault to more serious offences such as murder. The procedural aspects of criminal law are governed by the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, ensuring a systematic and fair adjudication process.

Clients who have been harmed by any crime outlined in the Indian Penal Code can seek redress under this law. On the other hand, when facing criminal charges, clients can greatly benefit from a comprehensive approach that begins with a thorough examination of the prosecution’s case and a meticulous review of evidence to challenge the legality of any searches or seizures, and filing of pretrial motions to address legal issues that could impact the outcome.

As your trusted advocates, we engage in rigorous negotiations with prosecutors, seeking favourable plea agreements when appropriate. Should a trial be necessary, we represent clients, presenting compelling arguments and cross-examining witnesses to challenge the prosecution’s case.

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