Criminal law perceived as threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the property, health, safety and welfare of people inclusive of one's self.

Criminal law covers some of the most series issues in society, such as murder, rape or robbery. Opportunities are available for criminal lawyers in both private and public practice.

Justice For You lawyers will usually work on the case from the beginning to the end. This involves filing the case; investigation; visiting police stations and prisons; taking witness statements; checking medical reports; liaising with court personnel, police and probation officers; filing pleas and motions. It also entails conducting the eventual trial. We should also be able to handle large volumes of work and perform well under pressure.

Many clients a criminal lawyer might deal with could be dangerous, mentally unstable, drug addicts, or chronic offenders; it's crucial to set aside personal prejudices and judgment, taking an objective and clinical approach in handling people.

The firm has extensive experience in representing clients in all type of Criminal matters at India level, in all courts including Supreme Court of India, High Courts and District Courts.

The team comprises of efficient professionals and qualified advocates, who have excellent skills to handle cases of criminal and quasi criminal nature including defamation, white collar crimes, economic offences, insider trading, corporate frauds, market manipulation etc.

The team is well equipped to handle critical aspects and consequences that form a part of criminal litigation. The team investigates all angles of a case and offer ideal solutions to ensure a fair trial.

The firm offers following services in the field of criminal law in India and International Criminal Law:

  • Bail
  • Fir & complaints
  • Quashing of FIRs and Criminal Complaints Appeal & revision
  • Prevention of Money Laundering Act;
  • Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988
  • Conservation of Foreign Exchange and Prevention of Smuggling Activities Act
  • Juvenile Justice Act, 2000
  • Narcotics & Drug violations barred by the Narcotics, Drugs & Psychotropic
  • Substances Act, 1985
  • Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956
  • Arms act, 1959
  • Genocide
  • War Crimes

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