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   Criminal Litigation

     
   

     
   

We strive to protect our clients’ interest(s) at all stages of Criminal Process and go the distance in getting the best outcome for them.

 

The Criminal Process can be sub-divided into the following stages: (1) Investigations, (2) Representations, (3) Plea for Leniency, and (4) Trial.

 

Investigations

 

Start by calling our LEGAL HELP LINE at 65353761 to speak to us on advice on your rights.  Also email us at legal@jclawco.com or visit us at our office

 

With guidance on your rights a potential charge can be avoided where it so merits.

 

Examples of our cases where a charge or extradition is avoided :

 

·          Avoidance of extradition in a case under section 47 of CORRUPTION, DRUG TRAFFICKING AND OTHER SERIOUS CRIMES (CONFISCATION OF BENEFITS) ACT (“CDSA”) [CAP 65A]

 

·          Avoidance of preference of charge under section 376A of Penal Code (Cap 224) for suspicion of sexual penetration with minor under 16

 

Representations

 

Composing effective representations to obtain best possible outcome ranging from withdrawal to reduction of charges where it so merits.  Contact Us to find out more.

 

Our case listing:

 

Withdrawal or avoidance of charge for giving false information in insurance claims, criminal breach of trust under section 406 of Penal Code, and cheating under section 415 of Penal Code (Cap 224)

 

Plea For Leniency

 

Making effective leniency / mitigation plea to get the best sentencing option based on merits ranging from probation to reduction in custodial sentence.  Contact Us to find out more

 

·          Probation for adult offender for offence of giving false information to Customs Officer under section 129(1)(c) of the Customs Act (Cap 70)

 

Trial

 

Thorough and effective case presentation or cross-examination to obtain acquittal where it so merits.  Examples of our cases:

 

Acquittal in case of voluntarily causing grievous hurt under section 325 of Penal Code (Cap 224)

Withdrawal of charge for abetment by conspiracy for house-breaking under section 457 of Penal Code (Cap 224)

 

 

 

     
 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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