Kusum Law Firm

Criminal Law

Criminal law is an area of law that deals with wrongdoings that are against the law committed by an individual or a group. Crimes can be felonies or misdemeanors and can result in criminal penalties.

Examples of crimes include assault, theft, fraud, and murder. If you’ve been charged with a crime, it’s important to ensure you’re represented by a criminal law lawyer with experience in the field. Our lawyer has helped many innocent people before the court to fight their charges and avoid jail time.

So, if you or a loved one has been accused or arrested for a crime, or filed a case for expungement? We’re here to help!

Our firm’s Criminal Litigation team is comprised of the best attorneys with extensive experience handling criminal and quasi-criminal cases, including but not limited to minor felonies, Offenses under the Nepal Penal Code, Economic Offenses, Institutional Frauds, and others.

In Summary, Law is confusing. Criminal law is even more confusing. The many challenges that criminal law poses for both defendants and those who represent them make it difficult without proper knowledge of Criminal Law. 

Book an appointment with our team to discuss criminal law, how they work differently in different jurisdictions, and what you can do to address these challenges, accusations, or convictions.

“The Criminal Law is No Use To Decent People”

 – George Bernard Shaw

know your rights

Criminal law can be a frightening and confusing concept for many people. But you don’t have to be one of them! You have rights in this area of the law, and it’s important that you know what they are so that you can protect yourself from being taken advantage of

Here are some facts about criminal law:

– Criminal law is a system that deals with crimes against individuals or the community as a whole

– Criminal laws are created by governments, which enact them into legislation or treaties

– Criminal laws regulate what people can and cannot do, as well as how they’re punished when they break those rules

– The purpose of criminal law is to protect people from harm caused by others through punishment or rehabilitation.

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