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Criminal Lawyers in India

Criminal law governs crimes generally referred to as offenses against the state. The standard of proof for crimes is "beyond a reasonable doubt.Criminal law is governed by the Indian Penal Code, CrPc, Evidence Act etc.A body of rules and statutes that defines conduct prohibited by the government because it threatens and harms public safety and welfare and that establishes punishment to be imposed for the commission of such acts.

Roles of Criminal Lawyers

Criminal law is branch of law that deals with legal cases related to criminal offences. Some of the areas of criminal law that one specializes in as a criminal lawyer are Cyber-crime, domestic violence, violence against women, murder, sexual abuse (Rape), criminal trial, and forensic science.

As thrilling and challenging as it gets, the work profile of a criminal lawyer in India is not easy, and requires tremendous patience to work on cases for long hours, analytical power and great interpersonal skills- their ability to communicate and convince the judge in favour of their client plays an imperative role in determining how good a criminal lawyer is.

The job of a criminal lawyer mainly revolves around interacting with the clients, collecting actual facts and evidences by interviewing witnesses, along with communicating with the police and researching in detail about the background of case, and finally appearing before the court to defend a client who is accused of a criminal offense.

A criminal lawyer undertakes the responsibility of representing and defending the client, who is accused of committing a crime, and presenting the facts in the favour of the client in a manner that would prove their innocence.