Webinar On Criminal Trial: Stages And Brief On Bail Organised By H.K.Law Offices [ 6th June 2020] : Register Now

H.K.Law Offices presents a Webinar On “Criminal Trial: Stages And Brief On Bail”


H.K. Law Offices, an esteemed law firm, contributing to betterment of society and growth in the field of Criminal Law, Civil Laws, Family Laws, Labour Laws, Corporate Laws, Taxation Laws etc for the past 26 years, is organizing a Webinar on Criminal Trial: Stages and Brief on Bail by Speaker Mr. H.K. Chaturvedi, Managing Partner of H.K. Law Offices, Advocate Supreme Court of India.

With its team full of young, energetic and budding lawyers in the pipeline along with vast unparalleled experience of the managing partner in the field of criminal litigation, it provides the best legal support and widens the scope of redressal to the needy individuals or corporations.


The Criminal Law system which prevails under the Indian Legal regime is quite unique and has a variety of stages to consider. It also carries several ambiguous and technical procedures which are to be completed and accomplished for a smooth trial procedure. The importance of every single step in any criminal trial can only be understood by the complainant who has filed the case or the accused against whom such charges are levied. The stages, if not done or performed correctly and appropriately, may result in disastrous outcomes for any given party.

The webinar shall discuss briefly about the criminal trial stages pertaining to pre-trial stages, First Information Reports, investigation, inquiry by the police officials, cognizance by the court, examination of different forms of evidence and judgement thereon. It shall also throw some light on the aspects of anticipatory and regular bail granted to the accused and its different stages for application of bail by the accused.

This opportunity is one to be grasped by all budding young advocates and law students to understand and personify important concepts of criminal legal system which are necessarily to be kept in mind while proceeding in any criminal trial.


  • Introduction to Pre-Trial Stages.
  • Brief about Basic Concepts: Zero FIR, Investigation, Inquiry, Cognizance, Commitment, Complaint and Framing of Charges
  • Understanding of Summary Trial and Evidence in Inquiry & Trial
  • Lawyer’s Skill of conducting Examination-in-chief and Cross Examination
  • Brief on Bail and Anticipatory Bail


Mr. H.K. Chaturvedi, Managing Partner of H.K. Law Offices, Advocate Supreme Court of India  (Advocate On Record) has graciously accepted to help us in analyzing and interpreting the concept of Criminal Trial procedure in our judicial system and throw some light on his 26 years of experience and knowledge on practical implications of criminal procedural laws which play a crucial role during every single criminal trial conducted by the courts in the country.

In of the most beneficial aspects of this webinar is the opportunity to grasp the practical implication of the criminal procedural laws within the judicial system.


Ø  An interactive session

Ø  Certificate of Appreciation (E-certificate) shall be provided to all.

Ø  Internship Opportunity to be given based on quality discussion.


– Registration open for students and professionals both.


  • REGISTRATION FEES- RS. 200/- (to be paid via Paytm at 9958607725)
  • DATE- 6 TH JUNE,2020
  • TIME- 4 PM TO 6 PM

Interested candidates may register themselves at –  https://forms.gle/cpqGPbpxxvDhJCKq8


  • The registration fees to be paid via PAYTM at 9958607725 (MeghaØChaturvedi).
  • The Zoom ID and Password to be mailed after completion of registration.
  • E-certificate to be mailed after the webinar. (Kindly fill correct informationØin the form for the same.)


Megha Chaturvedi, Associate (9968034066)

Shravan Chandrashekher, Associate (7838955819)

BROCHURE- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dhiEQelb_XXLnofsEpP3PEEEqgJN_rGg/view?usp=sharing

Email Id:        [email protected]

Website:         www.advocatehkchaturvedi.com

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