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In India, crime against women is considered as gravest of the grave offences, most of which remain unreported because of the stigma which the society at large levels upon the victim. Because of the stigma, even the educated women hesitate to report the heinous crimes of eve-teasing, molestation, sexual exploitation at work place, etc. and remain quite. Because of their silence, the wrong-doers gain more confidence and continue to commit such crimes and blame the victims for their acts. The attitude of the society towards the victim make the women of our country feel threatened to even walk out of their own home.
Although we are living in a society which is having a progressive mindset, however, the incidents of dowry death, female feticide, cruelty, forced prostitution, child marriage, rapes, acid attack and many other heinous crimes are on a rise. In order to stop the menace of crimes against women, the wrong-doers need to be punished to the fullest extent of law.
The firm’s advocates are known for their unmatched works in the field social upliftment of women and for giving support to women who have been victimized at the hands of the society. Our team takes every action possible under the ambit of law to get justice to the women who have either been a victim of domestic abuse or abuse at work place or have been a victim of sexual abuse. Despite of the fact that the Indian legal system has various branches to protect crime against women and to get relief to the victims of the crimes, however, due to the delay, laches and technicalities involved in the procedure, many victimized women often fail to report such crimes. Here at B&B Associates LLP, we provide all the legal as well as emotional support to the victims to get them justice.
Our firm’s Noida office deals with various matter pertaining to crime against women, some of which are mentioned as below:
Step-1 Prior Appointment
In order to obtain a detailed uninterrupted consultation, it is always advisable to take prior appointment. Appointment can be made by sending us your query or if time is of the essence in your matter, you can directly approach us on +917710777770.
Be honest. If you are honest with us, then only we can guide you to get justice. During the course of consultation, a client is required to provide us a detailed narration- written or oral along with all the supporting documents.
Step-3 Preparation of the case
After the consultation the next step involves the preparation of the case. Preparation of case involves:
Step-4 Registration of F.I.R.
Once the F.I.R. is registered, our office shall assist the police in making the arrest of the accused person and further assist in the post registration F.I.R.
Step-5 Framing of charges
Once the investigation is over, the police files a charge sheet against the accused and if the trial court is satisfied with the charge sheet prepared by the police, may accept the charge or modify charges and frame charges accordingly. The chargesheet consists of every document submitted by the complainant, the accused, the recordings and findings of the police, list of witnesses, rough site plan of place of occurrence.
Step -6 Prosecution evidence
After the framing of charges, the next step is prosecution evidence. In a criminal trial, for procuring a conviction order, the prosecution has to prove its case beyond reasonable doubt. For proving the case beyond reasonable doubt, our team of seasoned lawyers make every endeavor under the ambit of law to assist the prosecution.
Step-6 Statement of accused and defense evidence
After the prosecution evidence is concluded, the statement of accused is recorded under section 313 of Cr.P.C. and an opportunity is given to the accused to lead his defense.
After both prosecution and defense evidence are concluded, arguments are advanced and accordingly judgment is passed.
While all above named counsels are well-versed in consumer law and procedure, the above names are arranged in seniority of their position in the firm.
**We deject un-ethical and immoral practices, and reserve our rights of extending legal services only to a select clientele which exhibits civility, faith in law, sound moral footing, and good conscience. Our legal counsels defend the ones who have falsely been implicated, and prosecute for those who have actually been victimized – in either case, our counsels reserve their right of exercising discretion in accepting or rejecting a brief/ lawsuit
Public Dealing and Work Timings
Mon – Fri: 10:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: on prior and special request, depending on availability.
#101, Tower 12, Supreme Court Bar Association Residency, Sector 99, Noida.
Yes. B&B Associate LLP do offer pro bono services to destitute women who have been victimized subject to the availability of its counsels
Yes, it is forbidden by law to reveal the identity of a rape survivor. The person printing or publishing the matter or disclosing the identity of the survivor of the offences under Section 376, Section 376A, Section 376B, Section 376C, and 376D, is punished either with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 2 years, fine, or both under Section 228A of Indian Penal Code which prohibits the disclosure of identity of rape survivor and some other offences.
After the narration is complete and our office has received the complete set of documents, it takes us five to six working days to file a police complaint.
Complaints related to following 19 broad categories are entertained by the National Commission for Women:
The following categories of complaints are liable to be summarily dismissed by the National Commission for Women:
Yes, either of the family members can file a complaint on behalf of the wife.
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