BDLP Law Firm in Dhaka's criminal lawyers are highly experienced in handling all kinds of criminal law matters including obtaining bail, prosecuting wrong doers under the penal code and other punitive laws and defending criminal cases. We have specialisation in Bail applications, trial representations, appeals, revisions and 561A quashment applications.
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Recent Articles on this practice area:
Any person arrested by the Police cannot be detained in custody for more that twenty-four (24) hours by virtue of section 61 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Hereinafter referred to as the “Cr.P.C”) and Article 33 of the Constitution of Bangladesh, without a warrant under suspicion that the person has been concerned in any cognizable offence or.....[Read More]
As a Bangladeshi citizen of the country, every person has the right to justice. If he gets involved in a criminal case, he has to appear in court and take bail.....[Read More]
What happens during that appeal stage with regards to Bail and suspension of sentence is what this article is concerned about. The stigma surrounding a criminal......[Read More]
The Negotiable Instruments Act 1881 regulate this area of the law. Section 6 of the said act defines a cheque. The different parties to a cheque are as follows: Drawer – This is the writer of the cheque Drawee – This is the bank Payee –
This is the intended…[Read More]
Offences under Penal code, 1860 which has been mentioned in 2nd schedule of the Code of Criminal Procedure,1898 as bailable are given below- Serial no. Offence Section (of Penal Code) 1. Concealing a design to commit an offence punishable with death or transportation for life, if the offence be not committed 118(2nd part)…[Read More]
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