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Criminal Lawyers

Criminal Lawyers / Criminal defense lawyers deal with the issues surrounding an arrest, a criminal investigation, criminal charges, sentencing, appeals, and post-trial issues. Depending upon the involvement and relevant evidences you can be out from that misguided case when you are with a good experienced criminal lawyer OR Criminal Attorney. Meet for all Your Criminal legal requirement.

We at VSK & Co, Criminal Defense Lawyers deal with the issues surrounding an arrest, a criminal investigation, criminal charges, sentencing, appeals, and post-trial issues. Depending upon the involvement and relevant evidences you can be out from that misguided case when you are with a vast experienced criminal lawyer OR Criminal Attorney. Some of the Most common causes to file a criminal case.

Criminal Law

Indian criminal legal guidelines are divided into 3 principal acts i.e. Indian Penal Code, 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, and Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Indian Penal Code is a Substantive Law that defines rights and responsibilities etc. Code of Criminal Procedure defines the guidelines with which noticeable legal guidelines may be enforced.

Our wide range of services in Criminal Law by best Criminal Lawyers

  • FIR
  • Special Offences
  • Regular Bail
  • Anticipatory Bail
  • NDPS / Drugs Cases
  • Arms Act.
  • Quashing
  • POSCO Act., Juvenile Justice
  • Customs & Excise Cases
  • Cheque Bounce Case (NI Act)

Regular Bail

Regular Bail: A regular bail is usually granted to an individual who has already been arrested and kept in police custody. SECTION 437,439 of the Cr. P.C offers the suspect the right to be free from such custody. So, a regular bail is actually the release of a suspect from custody to make sure his presence at the trial.

Anticipatory Bail

Anticipatory Bail: Section 438 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) provides for the availability of anticipatory bail. Though, the word “anticipatory bail” isn’t at anywhere outlined within the CrPC. This provision permits someone to seek bail in anticipation of an arrest on claim of getting committed a non-bailable offence. the aim of the grant of anticipatory bail is to safeguard the life and liberty of the accuser and to protect him from unnecessary suffering and defamation of frivolous and false charges and arrest

Cheque Bounce Case

Cheque Bounce Case: Cheque Bounce is under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 punishable, When a cheque is returned by the bank unpaid, it’s said to be dishonored or bounced. Cheque bounce might occur because of many reasons like insufficiency of funds, etc. once the cheque is bounced for the first time, the bank issues a ‘cheque return memo’ alongside reasons for non-payment.

We are one of the most trusted legal firm in providing the right guidance for Criminal Matters in Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Consultation And Proceeding

FIR, Special Offences, Regular Bail, Anticipatory Bail, Cheque Bounce Case (NI Act.)

Filing And Proceeding

NDPS / Drugs Cases, Weapon case, Quashing, POSCO Act., Juvenile Justice, Customs

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FAQ's

What Is The Function Of A Criminal Defense Lawyer In Criminal Cases?

Criminal Lawyers deals with cases involving bailable offenses, non bailable offenses, cognizable offenses, non-cognizable offenses, murder, abuse, rash and negligent driving, theft, kidnapping and abduction, criminal trials, trespassing, cheating, cheque bounce or an arrest of criminal cases.

What Is The Anticipatory Bail?

Anticipatory Bail comes into place when an accused may rightfully fear arrest in cases of cognizable offences. Bail is a legal relief that a individual may be entitled to get temporary freedom until his case is disposed off.

How Do You Quash A Criminal Case?

“In simple terms, quashing of criminal proceedings would mean ceasing the legal provisions which had been set in motion.

What Is The Rule Of Arms Act?

Provided that no individual below the age of 16 years shall be allowed to carry any firearm or weapon requiring a license, in a public place, except in the immediate presence and supervision of the person who is lawfully entitled to carry such fire-arm.

What Is The Maximum Punishment Under POCSO Act?

The POCSO Act punishment is maximum with a rigorous life term imprisonment, including a penalty. The Act is a comprehensive law enacted with the objective of protecting children from a slew of sexual offences like sexual assault and sexual harassment.

How Does a Customs & Central Excise Lawyers Help?

Customs & Central Excise Lawyers help in matters associated to duty evasion, customs seizure, customs clearance, excise matters and any other issues pertaining to the Central Board of Excise and Customs.