Criminal Law Matters

Criminal Law Matters

Criminal Law Matters - Practice Area

As a Criminal lawyers we represent defendants facing criminal charges in state, federal and appellate courts. Their scope of practice includes bail bond hearings, plea bargains, trial, revocation hearings (parole or probation), appeals and post-conviction remedies. We will: 

– Investigate the case and interview witnesses 

– Research case law, statutes, crimes codes, and procedural law

– Build a defense and develop a case strategy 

– Negotiate with the prosecution to plea bargain to lesser charges 

– Draft, file and argue motions such as motions to dismiss and motions to suppress

– Advocate for the defendant at trial 

– Draft, file and argue appeals 

Our law firm aids adults, youths, businesses and victims who are caught in the criminal justice system. Criminal law practice requires extensive knowledge of the local courts and systems and it’s nuances, which our team of lawyers are fully proficient in. 

We have dealt with an extensive variety of Cheque Bounce cases with a high rate of success. Cheque Bounce cases can be problematic in that most times the amount is insufficient to take the writer of the cheque directly to Court. The Negotiable Instruments Act sets out a process with timelines for tackling Cheque Bounce cases. Our lawyers are adept in handling such cases and ensuring that the legal steps necessary are taken within the set timelines. 

The more specific cases we handled in the past include 

  • Cheating and Fraud 
  • Extortion 
  • Criminal Trespass 
  • Bail and Anticipatory Bail Petition 
  • Criminal Review Petition 
  • Criminal Appeal 
  • Domestic Violence Complaints and offences relating to Marriage 
  • Cruelty in Marriage 
  • Private Complaints 
  • Quashing of FIR/Charge sheet 
  • NDPS Act 
  • Criminal Intimidation 
  • Criminal Direction under section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code

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