Kapil Chandna Advocate is an enthusiast in criminology who graduated in law from esteemed Delhi University. He is practicing in the field of criminal law and has been successfully representing his clients all over India since more than 8 years.
He has gained his experience in varied fields of law but gaining expertise in the field of Criminal Trails, becoming the best Advocate in Delhi (Cheating, Dacoity, Extortion, Murder, Money Laundering, NDPS, POCSO, Rape), Matrimonial disputes including divorce, domestic violence, child custody and related Bails (Anticipatory & Regular).
Team of hardworking, experienced and passionate lawyers to represent client's at Delhi District Courts, Delhi High Court, Supreme Court of India and Tribunals (DRAT, NCDRC & NCLAT) and courts across India in Civil as well as Criminal Matters.
Advocate Kapil Chandna, law graduate from Delhi University, is a founding partner of C&C Associates and is enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi in 2012.
Kapil Chandna Advocate interned with firms like Jyoti Sagar, Vaish & Assocaites, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan and Sh. Vikas Arora and Sr. Advocate K.K. Manan had been working on Winding Up issues, Taxation, Divorce, Child Custody, Bails (Anticipatory & Regular Bails), Criminal Trails (Murder, Rape, Dacoity, Extortion) etc.
Finding his passion in Matrimony and Criminal Law, Kapil Chandna Advocate associated himself with Sh. Ashutosh Nanchal and Sh. Yogesh Saxena Advocates in Criminal Laws and represented clients in Bails, Criminal Trails (Customs, Narcotics, Money laundering, DRI), Cheque Bounce, Divorce, Child Custody etc.
Kapil Chandna Advocate started working independently in 2014, and as a top Delhi advocate, he had represented clients all over India, securing favorable orders for his clients:
Bail (Anticipatory as well as Regular) in Cheating, Forgery, False Dowry Case, Dowry Death, False Rape Case, POCSO, Murder/ Attempt to murder, Prevention of Corruption Act, Money Laundering.
Money Laundering/ Prevention of Corruption Act cases
FIR filing u/s 156 (3) Cr.P.C/ Criminal Complaints u/s 200 Cr.P.C,
Quashing of FIR,
Divorce (Contested as well as Mutual Consent),
Annulment of Marriage,
Wrongful arrest/ Writ of Habeas Corpus,
Murder / Attempt to Murder,
Cheating and Forgery,
Cheque Bounce and recovery issues,
Supreme Court / SLP Related, Public Interest Litigation
and Transfer Petition in Supreme Court of India.
Finding his passion in Bail Laws & its practices in India, with developing complexities of case laws, the Author, Kapil Chandna has started to write on demystifying the laws dealing with bail in India.
The Author believes that “freedom” is one of the most cherished fundamental right given by our Constitution of India to an individual. Despite the fact that our Constitution is one of the largest written constitution in the world but Article 21 granting Right to Freedom to an individual always looked upon the spirit of the constitution in itself.
Also believing that since “Bail is a rule and Jail an exception” and “Presumption of Innocence, Unless Proved Guilty”, accused should not be deprived of right of life and liberty endlessly and pre-trail detention should not be restored to as a measure of punishment.
Good Lawyer for anticipatory bail
Good Lawyer for anticipatory bail in Delhi
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