Representing clients in all type of Criminal matters at PAN India level, in all courts including Supreme Court of India, High Courts and District Courts. We are a team comprises of efficient professionals and qualified advocates, who have excellent skills to handle cases of criminal and quasi criminal nature. Here are some of the branches of our practice area in criminal litigation:

Bails : Representation and Arguments for Anticipatory Bails and Regular Bails.

FIR & Complaints: Drafting and Filing of Complaints before the Police or Magistrate/Court,Filing of First Information Reports (FIRs) ,Quashing of FIRs and Criminal Complaints under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure

Appeal & revision: Criminal Appeal ,Criminal Revision ,Appeal before the Hon’ble High Courts and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India

Litigation for white-collar crimes : Involves the legal process of prosecuting individuals or businesses for financially motivated offenses, such as fraud, embezzlement, insider trading, money laundering, or other types of financial misconduct.The litigation process for white-collar crimes can be lengthy and complex, often involving extensive investigations, document reviews, and the examination of financial records.

Cybercrime litigation : Involves the legal process of prosecuting individuals or organizations for crimes that are committed using computers, networks, or other forms of digital technology. Cybercrime litigation can include a wide range of criminal offenses, including hacking, identity theft, fraud, cyberstalking, and online harassment.

Corporate crimes litigation : Refers to the legal process of prosecuting corporations, their executives, or employees for criminal offenses related to the corporation’s business activities. Corporate crimes can take many forms, including fraud, bribery, environmental violations, antitrust violations, and securities fraud, among others.Prosecuting corporations for criminal offenses can be complex and requires a thorough understanding of corporate structures, business practices, and applicable laws and regulations. Law enforcement agencies and prosecutors may work with forensic accountants, industry experts, and other professionals to investigate and build their cases.

Serious Crimes litigation : Refers to the legal process of prosecuting individuals for offenses related to sexual assault and homicide. These offenses are among the most serious crimes in most legal systems and carry severe penalties, including life imprisonment or the death penalty. Prosecuting rape and murder cases can be complex and emotionally charged, and may require a range of evidence and testimony, including forensic evidence, medical reports, and witness statements.

Petty crimes litigation : Refers to the legal process of prosecuting individuals for minor offenses, also known as misdemeanors or summary offenses. Petty crimes can include offenses such as traffic violations, disorderly conduct, petty theft, simple assault, and Causing minor injuries.

NDPS litigation : Refers to the legal process of prosecuting individuals for offenses under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, which is a federal law in India that regulates the use, possession, transportation, and trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. Prosecuting NDPS cases can be complex and require a thorough understanding of the NDPS Act, as well as forensic evidence, such as drug tests and analysis. Prosecutors may work with law enforcement agencies, forensic experts, and other professionals to build their cases.

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