sreedhar (advocate) 15 January 2009
Your query is not clear. What you are going to complain to the magistrate?. You can make a private complaint to the concerned magistrate as per sec.200 of Cr.p.c. or if you want to take cognizance of an offence against any person in accordance with law , u can very well file a petition u/s 156(3) of Cr.P.C. Otherwise it would be better to approach the concerned Police Personnels to make a criminal complaint.
PALNITKAR V.V. (Lawyer) 16 January 2009
You can file complaint before Magistrate directly regarding commission of any offence unless prohibited by law. The magistrate will decide whether to take cognizance or to send it u/s 156 of Cr.P.C or to dismiss it for non disclosure of any prima facie case. No advocate is necessary. But if do not know the technicalities it is better to engage advocate.
Ajay kumar singh (Advocate) 16 January 2009
You may yourself file the complaint without engaging an advocate.
Jainodin shaikh (Lawyer) 23 January 2009
B.N.Rajamohamed (advocate / commissioner of oaths) 25 January 2009
Please read SECTIONS 200 TO 204 Cr.P.C. thoroughly
TARUN 31 January 2009
Yes My Dear,
you can file a complaint personally . But it depends upon what type of complaint you wants to be made
A.Mohamed Thaheer (ADVOCATE) 12 April 2009
You can personally make a complaint in written in plain paper to the Magistrate, before calling time in the morning in the open court itself, for which no help of the Advocate is necessary.