Criminal Cases

Regarding Istanbul criminal cases; Criminal cases can be explained as a public case opened by the prosecutor’s office to prosecute persons who have sufficient suspicion and evidence that the person has committed a crime with an indictment. Regardless of the nature of the criminal case, all criminal cases are carried out as public cases. This is because the prosecutor’s office is obliged to prosecute if there are conditions. The courts in charge of criminal cases hear criminal cases separately, which are divided into the Criminal Court of First Instance and the Criminal Court of First Instance. These courts are the Assize Criminal Court and the Criminal Court of First Instance. In addition to these general courts, there are other special courts that hear criminal cases depending on the status of the offender and the nature of the offense. These are;

  • Juvenile High Criminal Court
  • Juvenile Court
  • Intellectual and industrial property rights criminal court

Finally, decisions on investigative procedures, where a criminal case has not yet been filed and is currently under investigation, are made by the Criminal Judge of Peace and the process works in this way. In criminal cases, we provide services as Aslan Demir Law in all kinds of criminal cases of people in Istanbul.

What are Criminal Cases?

What are criminal cases? There are two types of criminal proceedings in which individuals can be either the perpetrator or the victim. These are divided into two categories: Criminal cases and Criminal cases of First Instance. Our law firm provides all the necessary services in the legal processes of these cases. The criminal cases that we cover and serve in criminal cases are as follows;

Serious Criminal Cases;

  • Sexual Abuse or Sexual Assault Case
  • Intentional Manslaughter Case
  • Money Forgery Case
  • Attempted Manslaughter Case
  • Plunder or Extortion Case
  • Qualified Fraud Case
  • Negligent Causation of Death
  • Official Document Forgery Case
  • Negligent Homicide Case
  • Manslaughter by Exceeding Intent
  • Bribery Case
  • Cases of Establishing a Terrorist Organization, Leading a Terrorist Organization and Terrorist Organization Membership
  • Embezzlement Case
  • Trial for Manufacturing and Trafficking of Narcotic Drugs
  • Prostitution Case

Criminal Cases of First Instance;

  • Willful Injury Case
  • Violation of the Right to Privacy
  • Negligent Injury Case
  • Sexual Harassment Case
  • Theft Case
  • Deprivation of Liberty Case
  • Information Crimes Case
  • Threat Case
  • Blackmail Case
  • Simple Fraud Case
  • Drug Trial
  • Abuse of Office Case
  • Defamation Case
  • Sexual Relations with a Minor Case
  • Violation of Residential Immunity
  • Criminal Case for Violation of Freedom of Work and Labor
  • Perjury Trial
  • Forgery of Private Document Case
  • Bid Rigging Case
  • Defamation Case
  • Property Damage Case

How to File a Criminal Case?

How to open a criminal case? If you want to get information on the subject; The opening of these cases varies according to the nature of the crime committed. For crimes subject to complaint, unless a complaint is filed by the complainant, the victim or the injured party, the prosecutor’s office cannot open and investigate these cases on its own. However, in all other crimes that are not subject to a complaint, the prosecutor’s office can open a criminal case by conducting a spontaneous investigation. If the prosecutor’s office receives a complaint, denunciation or other information that a crime has been committed, it can initiate an investigation on its own. It has the possibility to collect evidence for this criminal case even if there is no complainant.

In order to initiate a criminal case, the process begins by filing an indictment with the lawyer they have given power of attorney to the criminal court authorized and authorized in that criminal matter. The Public Prosecutor’s Office of the competent courts may act upon a complaint filed in the case of crimes subject to complaint or upon a report or complaint of a crime, even if it is not subject to complaint. In criminal cases, the prosecutor’s office investigates whether a crime has been committed, and if a crime has been committed, by whom and which crime has been committed.

If, at the end of the investigation, the prosecutor’s office concludes that a crime has been committed based on the evidence collected and obtained during the investigation, the prosecutor’s office initiates criminal proceedings. When the prosecutor’s office concludes that a crime has been committed as a result of all investigations, it prepares an indictment and initiates criminal proceedings. Thanks to this indictment, all the evidence of the criminal act and the crime, which has been obtained within the framework of the law, is associated with each other and the suspect is requested to be tried by the Court and the trial process of the perpetrators of the crime begins in this process. The issuance of an indictment by the Prosecutor’s Office is a statement that the matter constitutes a crime and that there is sufficient suspicion that a crime has been committed. In indictments with sufficient suspicion, the likelihood of conviction is higher than the likelihood of acquittal if the person suspected of a crime is tried. If there is not enough evidence and sufficient suspicion as a result of the investigation carried out by the prosecutor’s office, then a decision of non-prosecution is made for the suspects of the crime.

In the criminal case filed with the indictment written by the prosecutor’s office, the authorized court deciding on the criminal case, if there are deficiencies in the indictment submitted by the prosecutor’s office, this indictment is returned to the prosecutor’s office within 15 days after it reaches the court. The prosecutor’s office can object to the court’s decision to reinstate the case, but can also reissue the indictment and reopen the same case once it has sufficient evidence. If this indictment is accepted by the court, preparations are made for the hearing, the date of the hearing is set, the guilty and aggrieved parties are called together with their lawyers and the trial process begins.

As Aslan Demir Law, we serve you with great devotion and diligence in all your legal processes. By visiting or contacting us, you can get detailed information about the criminal case and have a preliminary meeting with us. As Aslan Demir Law, you can leave happily by giving us power of attorney for the legal situation you are experiencing, ensuring that your case is followed and concluded under the most favorable conditions.

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