It takes a skilled group of legal specialists to deal with and comprehend Indian criminal law, which is regarded as extremely technical and complicated. At SNK Associates, we have a well-trained staff of criminal defence attorneys that represent our clients. Bail, Anticipatory Bail, and appeals to the higher courts for the denial of bail petitions are only some of the criminal problems we handle. To meet all of our customers' legal requirements, we have the greatest attorneys in Coimbatore at our disposal. As one of the leading law firms in Coimbatore, SNK Associates provides a wide range of high-quality legal services to its customers. A staff of highly skilled associate advocates advises and assists the company.
Coimbatore's SNK Associates handles a broad variety of legal concerns ranging from Civil Lawyers in Coimbatore to Best Criminal Lawyers in Coimbatore to Intellectual Property Rights to cases involving marital difficulties. The Firm guarantees that all criminal cases and problems are handled in the most efficient way possible. The firm's criminal defence attorneys are widely regarded as the finest in Coimbatore and the surrounding area. A team of colleagues has helped us win several criminal cases in the Sessions/District Court as well as before the High Court and the Supreme Court of India, thanks to the assistance of the Firm's best criminal attorneys.

WHAT DOES SNK WORK WITH?

  • BAIL-High Court and Supreme Court appeal against denial of bail application FIR & Complaints
  • Complaints to the Police or Magistrate/Court, as well as First Information Reports (FIRs)
  • APPEAL & REVISION: Quashing of FIRs and criminal complaints under Section 482:
  • Appeals in Criminal Cases
  • A criminal appeal has been filed with the Hon’ble High Courts of India and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
  • Corruption Prevention Act, 1988 Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 Narcotics & Drug offenses prohibited under the Narcotics, Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 Arms Act, 1959 Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956
  • Theft of Electricity in Violation of the 2003 Electricity Act
  • Under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, criminal proceedings may be brought against a person who fails to pay a cheque.

Victims are the primary focus of criminal law as a set of rules and regulations. Coimbatore’s Best Criminal Lawyers also protect the rights of individuals, as well as those of their families and communities. Criminal law differs from civil law in that it is territorially specific. In involved criminal cases, two critical aspects must be proven:

  • Actus reus is the legal term for  responsibility. It is important to note that under criminal law, Actus reus refers to a bodily act performed as part of the commission of an offense.
  • Men’s rea- Men’s rea is a legal standard that requires more than just knowledge of the accused’s actions to convict them of a crime.

VARIOUS FACETS AND SUB-BRANCHES TO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

  • Negligence is one of the most common reasons for a contract violation.
  • Criminal Defamation,
  • Rioting, and Affray,
  • Coercion
  • Procurement of Property
  • Stalking
  • Threats
  • White-collar crime
  • charges of corruption; and so on.

Coimbatore’s SNK Associates handles a broad variety of legal concerns ranging from Civil Lawyers in Coimbatore to Best Criminal Lawyers in Coimbatore to Intellectual Property Rights to cases involving marital difficulties. To find the best criminal lawyer and to solve all your disputes SNK Associates provides you with the best lawyers.

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