Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) - Introducing Our Pro Bono Initiative

We are proud to announce our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative to offer pro bono legal assistance for criminal matters.

In our pursuit of justice, we understand that not everyone has access to the legal resources they deserve. Through our Pro Bono Initiative, we aim to bridge this gap, offering our expertise to individuals and organizations facing significant challenges. Join us in our mission to unlock justice and create a more equitable society. Together, we can make a meaningful impact—one case at a time. Contact us today to learn more about our Pro Bono Initiative and how we can support you.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Pro Bono Legal Services Eligibility

Q - Who is eligible to apply for pro bono legal services at your firm?

A - To be eligible for pro bono legal services at our firm, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Have a total household income of less than RM3,000.00;

  • First time offender; and

  • Be facing charges where the punishment is not less than 2 years of imprisonment.

- What types of cases are covered under the pro bono program?

A - Our pro bono program covers a wide range of legal issues, excluding drug consumption or abuse cases. However, please note that the pro bono service does not extend to the appeal stage of the legal process.

A - Are there any exceptions to the income requirement?

Q - Unfortunately, we do not make exceptions to the income requirement as it is a crucial factor in determining eligibility for our pro bono services.

Q - What documentation is required to prove income eligibility?

A - Applicants will be required to provide documentation such as supporting letter fro. Their employer, supporting letter by local leaders (penghulu or imam kariah) or other forms of income verification to demonstrate that their household income falls below the RM3,000.00 threshold.

Q - Can individuals with pending appeals apply for pro bono services?

A - No, our pro bono services do not extend to the appeal stage of legal proceedings. We focus our assistance on initial legal matters.

Q - How can I apply for pro bono legal services at your firm?

A - Interested individuals can apply for pro bono legal services by submitting the Pro Bono form via our website or contacting our firm directly and requesting an application. Once received, the applicant must fill out the application completely and provide all required documentation.

Q - How long does the application process take?

A - The time frame for processing pro bono applications may vary depending on the volume of requests and the complexity of each case. However, we strive to review and respond to applications in a timely manner.

Q - Can I receive pro bono services if I have already hired a private attorney?

A - Unfortunately, individuals who have already retained a solicitors are not eligible for pro bono services through our firm. Our pro bono resources are reserved for those who cannot afford legal representation otherwise.

Q - Are there any limitations on the type of legal assistance provided through the pro bono program?

A - While our pro bono program covers only criminal cases.

Q - How can I contact your firm for more information or assistance with my application?

A - For further inquiries or assistance with your pro bono application, please contact our firm directly through our website or by phone during business hours. We are here to help and support those in need of legal assistance

We believe in the power of law to create positive change. That's why we're excited to announce our Pro Bono Initiative—a commitment to providing free legal support to those who need it most in CRIMINAL matters.

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