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Gino Hardial Singh

Eugene Thuraisingam LLP | Website

  • 1 Coleman Street #07-06, The Adelphi, Singapore 179803

About

Gino heads the firm’s criminal litigation department. He was admitted to the Bar of England & Wales in 1999 and to the Bar of Singapore in 2000.

He is a formidable trial lawyer with a sharp mind. His knowledge of the intricacies of the law puts him at ease with handling complex criminal and commercial matters, and he pursues his client’s cases without fear or favour.

Gino is passionate about criminal cases and cares for his clients. His dogged determination ensures that no stone is left unturned and no possible avenue left unexplored. Over the past 2 years, he has successfully obtained 56 discharges, discharges amounting to acquittals (Stern & Conditional Warnings) and No Further Actions for his clients, both by way of high-calibre representations to the Attorney-General’s Chambers and after hard-fought battles in Court.

Apart from criminal work, he also has expertise in Defamation, Shipping & Maritime Law, International Trade, Professional Indemnity & Product Liability Insurance and Medical Negligence.

He is a committee member of the Association of Criminal Lawyers of Singapore and a keen supporter of the Law Society’s Criminal Legal Aid Scheme. He is also on the panel of lawyers for the Supreme Court’s Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences.

He was recognised as the top Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Volunteer in 2014.

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Reviews (23)

I am Joe. I am very Lucky to engage Mr. Gino as my Lawyer. To me he is very upright and helped me to close my case to his best capability. I admire Mr Gino.
Thank you very much for your help . I strongly recommend him.

Joe Sng,

As a Registered Nurse, I never thought I would have to seek out legal advice from anyone at any time or place. It just so happens that in an a country where the laws are completely different, things happen out with your control that need to be rectified with the aid of a lawyer. I approached Gino Singh for advice and action on a matter where I was initially attacked, with which I retaliated with unfortunate consequences. Me Singh was more than happy to take on the case, and gave a very thorough demonstration on the likely outcome of the legal proceedings.

Mr Singh was, in my option, more than dedicated in defending my actions, and appealing to the legal bodies to consider my case as one that was completely provoked and extraordinary. He acted with due diligence with the professionalism that you would expect from a high class lawyer, and even went the extra mile in assessing the situation personally at the scene of the incident.

I have never been in any situation like it in my life, and through the actions of Mr Singh, I was spared from a lengthy legal battle with the law enforcement due to lack of evidence. Yes, it is a very stressful and costly exercise, but Mr Singh made swift work of the normally drawn out and mundane process. I cannot thank Mr Singh enough for his expertise and professionalism in handling this case.

In my opinion, Mr Singh is an extremely knowledgable and confident defence lawyer, is formidable in a positive way, and will do the utmost to ensure that his client is represented in the best way possible. I cannot thank him enough for his input in my particular case, and would not hesitate to recommend him to any ex-pat that may experience unexpected turbulence in a country where the laws are extremely rigid.

Emma Tintor,

Mr Gino is an outstanding individual. I was at my darkest hour not knowing what to do about my pending cases of one charge of criminal breach of trust and one charge of false statement. I approached Mr Gino and he told me to meet him. My first impression of Mr Gino was that of an intimidating individual who tells you the facts of the case and it’s obvious from it that he has years of experience. I was truly touched by the effort shown by Mr Gino . He is a great lawyer with a human touch, an outstanding individual who puts his 100% into your case. I am extremely pleased and touched very much by his efforts and goodwill nature . I will be penalised with a fine for both of my cases with non custodial terms thanks to the efforts of Mr Gino. On behalf of my family, I greatly thank you Mr Gino. You made it possible. I strongly recommend Mr Gino to anyone who needs an exceptionally straightforward lawyer who will tell you the facts upfront and do rest assured that he will do his best for you. Once again thank you Mr Gino.

Muhd shariff,
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Media & Publications

  1. “Man jailed 17 months after attacking four people in separate incidents” – The Straits Times, 15 May 2017
  2. “Jail for woman who got ex-hubby and boyfriend to beat up former lover” – The Straits Times, 24 March 2017
  3. “Singaporean brothers held hostage in Penang case: Woman jailed 7 years, 6 weeks for extortion” – The Straits Times, 22 February 2017
  4. “18 months’ jail, 3 strokes for father who molests daughter after sniffing glue” (Chinese) – Zaobao, 16 January 2017
  5. “Man jailed for assaulting policewoman, causing her to lose consciousness” – The Straits Times, 13 December 2016
  6. “Jail, caning for man who pushed girlfriend’s son off bed, cracking his skull” – Channel NewsAsia, 19 September 2016
  7. “Man gets 6 1/2 years’ jail, 6 strokes for pushing baby off bed, breaking his skull” – The Straits Times, 19 September 2016
  8. “Wedding dreams turn into nightmares” – The New Paper, 27 August 2016
  9. “Man gets 14 months for molesting domestic worker and punching wife” – The Straits Times, 24 August 2016
  10. “Man gets 12-and-a-half-years’ jail for sex attacks on own daughter” – The New Paper,  26 July 2016
  11. “Man jailed 12 and a half years for rape and molest of his daughter” – Yahoo News, 25 July 2016
  12. “Taxi driver jailed 6 weeks for slapping, punching and kicking another motorist” – The Straits Times, 18 July 2016
  13. “Convicted killer gets last-minute stay of execution” – The Straits Times, 20 May 2016
  14. “Last-minute stay of execution granted for Kho Jabing” – Channel NewsAsia, 19 May 2016
  15. “Jabing Kho, due for execution tomorrow, launches appeal again” – Today, 19 May 2016
  16. “Ex-Cheers franchisee jailed 2 years for misappropriating $319,000” – The Straits Times, 10 May 2016
  17. “Unable to pay loans, Cheers franchisee steals $300,000 from own store” – The New Paper, 25 March 2016
  18. “Court clears man of robbing cabby” – The Straits Times, 24 March 2016
  19. “Cabby acquitted of acting rashly and endangering policeman” – The Straits Times, 17 March 2016
  20. “Man, 32, faces trial for raping his 56-year-old mother” – The Straits Times, 19 November 2015
  21. “Welder jailed for molesting woman on train” – Asiaone, 12 June 2015

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