Bhatt & Joshi Associates, regarded as one of the leading law firms for criminal cases and having best Criminal lawyers in Ahmedabad, representing in all Session & District courts of Ahmedabad, Gujarat along with this also serving as Criminal Lawyers at Gujarat High Court & Supreme Court of India. The associates of our team are among the top most experienced handpicked & the best criminal lawyers in Ahmedabad to our clients to get practical Legal Advice & help. We offer a wide range of legal services in the area of White Collar Crimes as well as Blue Collar Crime and provide the services of the Criminal Lawyers to the corporate and individuals. We also deal with matters having overlapping Civil, Criminal, Intellectual Property, Cyber Law, Taxation or other statutes having penal/ criminal Provisions. We provide services in the areas such as international extradition, appeals in supreme court, criminal special leave petition (criminal), criminal writs and special leave petitions in supreme court.
Bhatt & Joshi Associates as Criminal Lawyers in Ahmedabad aims the primary role of protecting the interest of our client by representing them in a legal dispute before the appropriate court and representing the defense of the client.
Our Team of Criminal lawyers in Ahmedabad, Gujarat provide you all Services like:-
- Criminal cases before magistrate or court of session under various Offences under the Indian Penal Code and other White Collar Crimes,;
- Cases under Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Act,
- Filing and arguing of Bail Application and Anticipatory bail applications before court of Session, Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court ;
- Filing and arguing of Cancellation of Bail applications before court of Session, Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court ;
- Highly qualified Criminal Lawyer for handling and defending Dowry cases under Section 498 A IPC.
- Filing and Temporary Bail applications before court of Session, Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court; Parole & Furlough;
- Filing of Criminal Appeals against the acquittal / conviction before the High Court and Supreme Court.
- Filing of Criminal Revision Applications before Gujarat High Court,
- Filing of Criminal Writ Petition before Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court of India;
- Quashing Petition under Sec.482 of Cr.P.C. before Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court; Quashing of FIR / Complaint
- Discharge of Accused
- Legal assistance in lodgment of FIR or Criminal Complaint, under 498A, 406, Domestic Violence Act, Dowry Prohibition Act etc.
- Filing of Criminal complaint before Police station or magistrate under section 190, 200, 156(3) Of code of Criminal procedure 1973;
- Filing/defending complaint under section 138 of N. I. Negotiable Instruments Act before magistrate.
- Filing and defending the cases related to Cyber Crime
As a responsible Criminal Lawyer, we ensure that the client will be treated fairly and the case along with supporting pieces of evidence and witnesses are represented accurately right from Sessions Court to Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court of India. Our research team prepares a strong case of defense of the clients.
Areas where we offer our services:
- Central Bureau of Investigation CBI Court in Ahmedabad
- Sessions Court in Ahmedabad
- Special Company Court in Ahmedabad
- Metropolitan Magistrate Court in Ahmedabad
- High Court of Gujarat
- Supreme Court of India
- Customs Tribunal in Gandhidham, Kandla Port, Mundra Port
- Other Criminal Courts in the State of Gujarat
- Attending various Police Stations in the State of Gujarat
Why Bhatt & Joshi Associates as Criminal Lawyers?
- Combination of Experienced Lawyers and Young Lawyers: A Firm having the team of energetic, dynamic young blood with a combination of most experienced, specialist criminal defense lawyers having vast experience at Court of sessions and Appellate Experience at Gujarat High Court.
- Fact collection: Sometimes there are more than one conceivable arrangements or parcel of points of reference to help the argument. Thus, a criminal lawyer ought to have that ability to assess every one of the potential outcomes before presenting the same.
- Research: Good legitimate research abilities are required to look into important case laws, points of reference, corrections to help the contentions.
- Representation: It is most important for a criminal lawyer to deeply understand facts and most aptly represent them before presiding Judge, be it at Sessions Court or High Court or Supreme Court. It must be understood that any important evidence missed out at the stage of trial, affects the case at every stage of appeal.
- Detailed Knowledge of Diverse Areas of Law: It is equally important that your Criminal Lawyer has a grip over diverse areas of Law. Criminal Law is highly intertwined with CrPC, Evidence Act and Indian Penal Code along with other Criminal Minor Acts and along with this diverse set of experience at Sessions Court, Gujarat High Court and Supreme Court makes the firm a most preferred litigation professionals for the clients.
About Criminal Law in India:
A Criminal law governs the cases of crimes. Criminal Cases are generally referred to as offenses against the state. The standard of proof – evidence for establishing guilt in criminal cases is beyond a reasonable doubt. Criminal law in India means offenses against the state. There are three major acts in Indian Constitutions Like:-
- Indian Penal Code, 1860.
- Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
- Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Besides three major acts, there are special Criminal Laws also passed by the Indian Parliament i.e. NDPS, Prevention of Corruption Act, Food Adulteration Act, Dowry Prevention Act, the Defence of India Act, etc. thousands of minor laws are made in India.
We handle criminal cases at Sessions Court, High Court and Supreme Court, under various statutes such as :
- THE ARMS ACT, 1959 and THE ARMS RULES, 1962
- THE ARMY ACT, 1950
- THE BENAMI TRANSACTIONS (PROHIBITION) ACT, 1988
- THE CHITS FUNDS ACT, 1982
- THE CONSERVATION OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND PREVENTION OF SMUGGLING ACTIVITIES ACT, 1974
- THE CONTEMPT OF COURTS ACT, 1971
- THE COMPANY ACT 2013
- THE COPYRIGHT ACT, 1957
- THE CUSTOMS ACT, 1962
- THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT ACT, 1946
- THE DOWRY PROHIBITION ACT, 1961 and THE DOWRY PROHIBITION (MAINTENANCE OF LISTS OF PRESENTS TO THE BRIDE AND BRIDEGROOM) RULES, 1985
- THE DRUGS (CONTROL) ACT, 1950
- THE ELECTRICITY ACT, 2003
- THE ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT, 1955 & THE ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES (SPECIAL PROVISIONS) ACT, 1981
- THE EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES ACT, 1908 & THE EXPLOSIVES ACT, 1884
- THE IMMORAL TRAFFIC (PREVENTION) ACT, 1956 & THE INDECENT REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN (PROHIBITION) ACT, 1986
- THE JUVENILE JUSTICE (CARE AND PROTECTION OF CHILDREN) ACT, 2000
- GUJARAT CONTROL OF ORGANISED CRIME ACT, 2019
- PRE-CONCEPTION AND PRE-NATAL DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES (PCPNDT) ACT, 1994 & THE MEDICAL TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY ACT, 1971
- THE NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES (NDPS) ACT, 1985
- THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT, 1980
- THE NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT, 1881
- THE PASSPORT (ENTRY INTO INDIA) ACT, 1920, THE PASSPORTS ACT, [1967
- THE PREVENTION OF BLACKMARKETING AND MAINTENANCE OF SUPPLIES OF ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT, 1980
- THE PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION ACT, 1988
- THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT, 1960
- THE PREVENTION OF DAMAGE TO PUBLIC PROPERTY ACT, 1984
- FOOD SAFETY AND STANDARDS ACT 2006
- THE PREVENTION OF ILLICIT TRAFFIC IN NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1988
- THE PRISONERS ACT, 1990, THE PRISONS ACT, 1894
- THE PROBATION OF OFFENDERS ACT, 1958
- THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS ACT, 1993
- THE PROTECTION OF WOMEN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ACT, 2005 (65) THE PUBLIC GAMBLING ACT, 1867
- THE RAILWAY PROPERTY (UNLAWFUL POSSESSION) ACT, 1966
- THE RAILWAY PROTECTION FORCE ACT, 1957
- THE RAILWAYS ACT, 1989
- THE REPATRIATION OF PRISONERS ACT, 2003
- THE SCHEDULED CASTES AND THE SCHEDULED TRIBES (PREVENTION OF ATROCITIES) ACT, 1989
- THE SMUGGLERS AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANIPULATORS (FORFEITURE OF PROPERTY) ACT, 1976
- THE SMUGGLERS AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE MANIPULATORS (RECEIPT, MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF FORFEITED PROPERTY) RULES, 2006
- THE TRADE MARKS ACT, 1999
- THE TRANSPLANTATION OF HUMAN ORGANS ACT, 1994 etc.