Some of the Frequently Asked Questions by several litigants are reproduced herein under:
How does Police Investigations be dealt?
Indian Police has powers to investigate any person/ cases with or without a FIR. It may investigate you based on a complaint or suspicion in any cognizable offence.
Given the wide powers that police has they sometimes use harsh and unacceptable ways leading to harassment of victims.
Different types of cases that may require presence and investigation of accused includes, Accidents, rape, murder, cheating (420), Forgery, Frauds, Economic Crimes, Divorce (Matrimonial) matters, 498A, Dowry, Sexual Harassment, Cyber Crimes, etc.
It needs experience, expertise and maturity to deal with Indian Police during an investigation.
How can I apply and get Bail?
The ingredients of valid bail need to be explained and pleaded in the Court of law. Both in case of “Regular Bail” or “Anticipatory Bail”, the Court needs to be convinced that the Accused will not run away from pending Investigations.
How can I seek Second Opinion on my current case?
Criminal matters can be complex and dangerous. It is always better to seek “Second Opinion” on your case. There may be strategical errors or missing points or a line of defense that your legal counsel may have overlooked.
In the long run, Second Opinion saves you time, money and efforts.
What are serious Frauds?
Also called Corporate Frauds or White Collar Crimes, these matters are dealt by specialized and senior police officers. The Government of India also emphasizes strict and expeditious investigations and charge sheeting in these matters.