Criminal Law (Singapore) Please call 6534 1328

Welcome to Criminallaw.sg. If you are looking for help, you have come to the right place. This site is dedicated to issues in criminal law in Singapore, with brief write outs on various common offences and their respective prevailing sentencing, as well as the procedure of the criminal process in Singapore. The site is managed by a Singapore law firm. Our lawyers have 24 years of experience in Court work.

COMMON OFFENCES

MAID ABUSE

This site is dedicated to issues in criminal law in Singapore, with brief write outs on various common offences

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OFFENCE AGAINST PERSON

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OFFENCE AGAINST PROPERTY

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PRIVATE SUMMONS

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SEX CRIME

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TRAFFIC OFFENCES

This site is dedicated to issues in criminal law in Singapore, with brief write outs on various common offences

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WHITE COLLAR CRIME

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BAIL PROCEDURE

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The common questions:

  • What should you do when you receive a call from the police to assist in criminal investigations, or when you are wrongfully accused of committing a criminal offence.
  • What are your rights when charged in Court.
  • Should you claim trial or take a plea in Court 26 or 23 as the case may be.
  • What is the appropriate bail amount to expect and factors to consider for requesting Court for reduction?
  • The time frame from commencement of investigation to first mention in Court 26 or 23 till Pre-Trial Confernce, till trial.
  • Police powers and procedure in arrest and statement recording.
  • Collation of evidence for the defence.
  • Engagement of expert witnesses for defence.
  • Prevailing sentence for the relevant offence.
  • How to plea bargain with prosecution
  • What are the mitigating factors that carry weight and the aggravating ones
  • Was the conviction wrong in law and on the facts ? (for appeal cases)
  • Was the sentence manifestly excessive ?(for appeal cases)
  • Do you wish to prosecute someone whom you have reasons to believe have committed an offence and evidence to do so, but the police does not wish to take up the matter for various reasons ?
  • It is always in the Accused's interest to engage a counsel early, as the case may proceed for hearing within a few months or even a few weeks (where foeign witnesses are involved) as the case may be. Early and adequate preparation are absolutely necessary as life and liberty are at stake.

To fix an appointment to discuss your matters, call us at
6534 1328 or submit the form