Guzman Acain is dedicated to protecting the bill of rights of every individual. We represent criminal defendants who are facing criminal prosecutions involving minor and major criminal cases to heinous crimes. We also represent litigants as private prosecutor in criminal cases and to make sure that the evidence against the accused is airtight.

In a nutshell, our criminal law practice includes but is not limited to Criminal Defense on Robbery, Murder, Rape, Homicide, Estafa, Internet Fraud and Cybercrimes, White Collar Crimes, and Private Prosecution. Our goal is to offer the most AFFORDABLE and EFFECTIVE Legal Representation to protect our clients and resolve their cases successfully.

Criminal Defense
We represent individuals who are accused of crimes and offenses and other violations of the Revised Penal Code and special laws - ranging from reckless imprudence, homicide, rape, murder, to robbery and other heinous crimes.  We offer a full range of criminal defense with the end view of protecting our clients' rights and interests under the Philippine Constitution.
Private Prosecution
As private prosecutors, we represent complainants in criminal cases. We work hand-in-hand with the Office of the Public Prosecutor where our appearance in a criminal case is under its control and direct supervision.

  • November 22, 2018

    Legal remedies for aliens who are arrested in the Philippines for cybercrimes

    Just this afternoon, 93 Chinese nationals were arrested at the Ortigas Techno Point Building 2 in Pasig City after an operation against illegal online gambling was conducted. The PNP Regional Special Operations Unit (RSOU) raided the Finasia Tech Inc. office by virtue of the search warrant issued by the Regional Trial Court, Branch 146 of Makati City.

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  • November 6, 2018

    How to Post Bail?

    Bail can take any of the following forms: Cash or check for the full amount of the bail; Property worth the full amount of the bail; A surety bond (that is, a guaranteed payment of the full bail amount); and A waiver of payment on the condition that the accused appear in court at the required time (commonly called “release on one’s own recognizance”).

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  • November 15, 2005

    GTALAW wins rape case for an American client

    Olongapo City – GTALAW obtained an Order of dismissal in a rape case for its American client – a former US Navy Serviceman who was accused for the crime of Rape and offense of violation of RA 7610 (Child Abuse Law) and a crime for Acts of Lasciviousness at the Regional Trial Court of Olongapo City.

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