Free Legal Advice By Advocate Nitish Banka

Criminal Law

Anticipatory Bail in 498a Anticipatory bail in 498a is advisable and recommended A family comes under pressure when they come to know that a FIR under section 498a has been lodged in police station. The first cause of stress is call be Investigating Officer to join investigation to old parents, husband, husband sister or brother. […]

What is a Cheque Bounce? A Cheque Bounce case is a criminal case envisaged under section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act. A cheque is said to have bounced because of below mentioned reasons. Stop payment Insufficient balance account closed signature mismatch exceeds arrangement Conditions necessary for cheque bounce The cheque is bounced due to insufficiency […]

The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed that the stay in trials, in both civil and criminal cases, must not exceed beyond six months unless extended in exceptional circumstances. “We … direct that in all pending cases where stay against proceedings of a civil or criminal trial is operating, the same will come to an end on expiry of […]

Conditional Anticipatory Bail in 498a   Once the Fir U/s. 498a/406 is registered it is better option to take anticipatory bail in the offences as read in the FIR. I have already discussed the chances of anticipatory bail U/s. 498a and 406 in my previous article of chances of getting anticipatory bail in 498a But when you […]

online FIR in Delhi – How to file Online FIR in Delhi can be lodged if you have lost mobile phone.wallet or any documents. The Delhi police has an online portal http://www.delhipolice.nic.in/ on which by just entering basic information you may lodge a Missing Lost articles and NCR report without visiting police station. What is NCR […]

Right to avail free legal aid is there in our constitution. A rich person can hire a lawyer and can access to highest courts in the country . while a poor person cannot afford justice today. Legal system in India is expensive and calls for immediate concern for the cause of poor and marginalized people […]