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Alliance Law Associates has the best lawyers in Bangalore who can help you with their vast knowledge in Corporate Law, Family Law, Divorce Law and Criminal Law . At Alliance Law Associates we strive to be the best Law Firm in Bangalore with top lawyers and advocates who cater to all your legal needs. 

Criminal Law

Get in touch with top criminal lawyers, be it theft, assault, abuse, trespassing or domestic violence.

Divorce Law

A divorce lawyer specializes in civil law cases. We handle a wide variety of family law issues.

Corporate Law

Corporate Legal Support, Legal advice for individuals, Legal advice for Company in all sort of cases.

Legal Law

A Legal Lawyer help businesses with acquisitions and mergers, trademarks, copyrights and patents.

Accident Law

Accident Claim, accidental insurance claim, third party insurance claim.

About the Firm

We specialize in services for intellectual property Rights, patents, trademarks, copyrights and many more fields through our highly trained professional. We are a one stop shop offering a wide array of legal services. We work professionally and ethically with a result oriented approach. Having the best lawyers in Bangalore, We are strongly dedicated to our work and our services are remarkable. Our charges are very affordable.

Notary Services

Our licensed professional notary public services are here to make life easier. Once your documents are notarized, we will help you make any necessary copies and ship them where they need to go.

Affidavit Services

An Affidavit of service also known as a Proof of Service. This affidavit is a notarized testimony signed by the server that details the manner of service, identity of the person served and other details of the job.

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Attestation is the act of showing or evidence confirming that something is genuine. e.g. A letter of recommendation or a stamp and signature of a competent person on the Certificate or Document.

Defining criminal law

Criminal law is an interesting field of study filled with cases with interesting facts that will cling to your mind for a very long period of time. By way of example you will learn what happened to the guy who had been spotted in a house and fell asleep on a mattress smoking a cigarette, he was woken by the Flames but instead of putting the fire out, he simply got up went to another room where he found another mattress and went back to sleep. As a result, the house was substantially damaged by fire. The defendant was convicted of criminal damage.

I will now ask you a few simple questions to show you how criminal law interacts with our day to day life. Answer as many questions as you feel comfortable with. You do not need to give me an answer just answer it for yourself.

have you ever exceeded the speed limit while driving?
have you ever used your mobile phone while waiting in a traffic jam?

have you ever been caught eating grapes while shopping in a supermarket before paying for them?
have you ever been mistakenly overpaid by your employer but not said anything?

  • Each of these might amount to a criminal offense and carry ascension. The vast majority of people have at some stage in their life being a victim of a crime, witnessed a criminal offense, or committed one.

Actually many people are able to claim experience from all these perspective. Before you dive into the details of the area of law you need to remember that criminal law is a branch of public law. A straightforward way of understanding criminal conduct is by viewing it as conduct which gives rise to legal proceedings through the prospect of state punishment.

The criminal law is imposed by the state. And the infringement of the criminal law is punishable by the state. Professor Andrew Ashworth defines criminal conduct in the following terms. There are certain wrongs which are criminal, in most jurisdictions but in general, there is no straightforward moral or social test of whether conduct is Criminal.

The most reliable test is the formal one is the conduct prohibited on pain of conviction and sentence. A question naturally occurs in our mind at this point what is the crime? examples range from the obvious offenses against property such as theft and burglary, offenses against the person such as murder, rape, and assault, to road traffic offenses, pollution offenses, offenses against the administration of justice, offenses against public order, and offenses against public morals.

On your criminal law module or on any criminal law course you will be introduced to some of these but not all, however, you will explore the law relating to some of the most serious and or common criminal offenses including murder manslaughter nonfatal offenses against the person and theft. In addition to the offenses, you will explore a range of both specific and general defenses for example loss of control, self-defense, duress, and automatism. You will also encounter a number of key concepts and a fundamental principle of criminal liability, what constitute criminal behavior varies from country to country and from era to era.

 For example homosexuality is a criminal offense in Saudi Arabia, although it is not in England and Wales, similarly, behavior which ones amounted to a crime may not be a crime anymore, can you think of an example of such a conduct that was historical criminal but no longer a crime.

Some examples are:

Suicide and rape of a woman by her husband. Suicide constituted a criminal offense in England and Wales until 1961. When the offence was abolished by the suicide Act 1961. Rape of a woman by her husband was not an offence prior to 1991. But the offence was recognized in 1992 so we can safely assert that crime is conduct which the law deemed to be criminal under statue an act of Parliament or common law which is case law. It is prohibited because it involves the threatening are causing harm to individuals on public interest conduct may be deemed to be criminal due to moral and or social reasons. Although a crime may be committed against the specific individual, crime is classed as a public wrong because it affects the public at large by making society feel less secure and safe from harm

The legal system affects nearly every aspect of our society, from buying a home to crossing the street. Lawyers form the backbone of this system, linking it to society in numerous ways. They hold positions of great responsibility and are obligated to adhere to a strict code of ethics.

Lawyers, also called attorneys, act as both advocates and advisors in our society. As advocates, they represent one of the parties in criminal and civil trials by presenting evidence and arguing in court to support their client. As advisors, lawyers counsel their clients about their legal rights and obligations and suggest particular courses of action in business and personal matters. Whether acting as an advocate or an advisor, all attorneys research the intent of laws and judicial decisions and apply the law to the specific circumstances faced by their clients.

While each person’s legal situation is different, there are times when you really should hire a lawyer. Below are the top ten reasons.

1. The law is complicated. If you are not a lawyer you probably have no business acting like one in certain instances. Even experienced lawyers typically do not represent themselves in court. A solid case can quickly unravel without the help of a trained and emotionally detached attorney. Similarly, failing to hire a lawyer when starting a business, reviewing a contract or embarking on other endeavors with potential legal ramifications can result in otherwise avoidable pitfalls.

2. Not having a lawyer may actually cost you more. What is at stake? A criminal case may determine whether or not you spend time behind bars, while a civil case could hurt you financially. Besides, many civil attorneys don’t collect a dime unless they win your case. Also, you may be able to claim legal fees as a plaintiff in a civil case, so hiring a lawyer can actually saveor make you money.

3. Lawyers know how to challenge (and sometimes suppress) evidence. You may not even know that a key piece of evidence against you was improperly obtained or that the testimony of a witness contradicts an earlier statement. And did the crime lab properly handle the evidence every step of the way? Your attorney will find out.

4. Attorneys understand how to properly file court documents and handle other legal procedures. If you’re not an attorney, you may struggle with the deadlines and protocol for properly filling out and filing certain legal documents. One late or incorrect filing could derail your case, delay a given legal procedure or worse – have the case thrown out altogether (and not in your favor).

5. Because you don’t know any expert witnesses or private detectives. Attorneys depend on an extended network of professionals to help their clients’ cases. Most non-attorneys do not personally know the types of professionals who can help with discovery or challenge evidence or testimony by the opposing party.

6. You’re not sure how to plead — or what a ‘pleading’ is? Pleading guilty is not the only choice, even if there is evidence pointing directly at you. An attorney who understands the law will be best situated to explain your options and can help you avoid potentially severe penalties even before a criminal trial begins.

7. Because it is probably better to avoid problems in the first place rather than try to fix them once they arise. You may have heard the saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” Well, hiring a lawyer in many instances will help you avoid potential legal headaches down the road. Do you really understand the fine print of that contract you are signing? A lawyer will.

8. A good lawyer can strike up a good settlement offer or plea bargain, if necessary. An experienced lawyer probably has seen cases similar to yours or at least knows enough to make a calculated guess about how it might resolve at trial. Sometimes a settlement is the best choice, while other times it makes more sense to see your case through to trial. An attorney also can help negotiate a fair settlement with the opposing party.

9. The other party has legal representation. Non-attorneys are generally at a disadvantage when squaring off against opposing counsel or doing business with another party that has legal counsel. As explained above, the law is complicated and an attorney representing your adversary (or even a non-adversarial party entering into a legal agreement with you) will take advantage of this inequity.

10. Lawyers often provide a free initial consultation. Since many attorneys will meet with you for free during a face-to-face consultation, there is really no harm in talking with one. Not only will a free consultation give you an idea of the type of case you have, it will help you decide whether you actually need to hire a lawyer.

Firm Partners

M.H.I. SINDHAGI

M.H.I. SINDHAGI

CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER

Over 32 years of experience in criminal defense, family law, Civil Law. This powerful combination of experience has led him to many victories.

GOWHARUNNISA

GOWHARUNNISA

CIVIL LAWYER

Over 23 years of experience in Civil, family law and personal law experience as a civil lawyer in Bangalore.

M.H.I. SINDHAGI

M.H.I. SINDHAGI

CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER

Over 32 years of experience in criminal defense, family law, Civil Law. This powerful combination of experience has led him to many victories.

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