At Solicitor Ex Judis we are having Senior advocates, Legal Experts for Indian Criminal Laws which has been divided into three major acts i.e. IPC CRPC and Indian Evidence Act, 1872 in addition to this these laws we are also having experts for special Criminal Laws passed by Indian Parliament time to time i.e. Arms Act, NDPS, MCOCA, POTA Prevention of Corruption Act, Food Adulteration Act, dowry prevention act, Commission of Sati Act various other Act well.
At Solicitor Ex Judis we have some best legal minds, which have been awarded for their legal excellence.
We provide turnkey solutions for cases related to CBI Matters, Economic offence matters, Murder/attempt to murder matters, appeal against conviction, writs, SLPs, PILs.
In fact the Indian criminal law traces its origin back to the time of British Raj in 1860, which forms the backbone of criminal law in India. Jury trials were abolished by the government in 1960 on the grounds they would be susceptible to media and public influence. This decision was based on an 8-1 acquittal of Kawas Nanavati in K. M. Nanavati vs. State of Maharashtra, which was overturned by higher courts.
Indian Penal Code was passed under the chairmanship of Lord Macaulay and was enforced in 1862, Lord Macaulay issued clarification for the people of India for implementation of this Code, because people were of the view that rule of Capital Punishment will be misused against them. Further more people were against foreign rule on India peoples.