Criminal cases

Criminal cases (effective defense of the victim's interests; appeal of property arrests and individual investigative actions; legal assistance during interrogations, searches, seizures of property; strategy development, defense tactics, proving the innocence of a person in a false accusation)

Contacting a lawyer, arresting, or visiting law enforcement officials on time is a guarantee that you will not be able to criminalize additional crimes. When contacting us, you can rest assured that we will do everything possible to ensure that your rights are protected with the highest quality, we will advise and explain to you how to behave properly during interrogation or giving explanations, etc.

It should also be remembered that a lawyer is needed not only by the suspect or accused, but even if you are involved in a criminal case as a witness. In our practice, there have been times when witnesses have been invited, law enforcement officers have been keen to turn them into defendants, and if they did not support a lawyer, they might have succeeded.

“The hardest thing to prove is obvious!” Is true, especially when it concerns your personality and when you are being tried to accuse you of not doing it.

Remember to not tell you law enforcement: You have the right to a lawyer, from the moment of detention! That is, you have the right to request a call from a lawyer from the moment you were approached by law enforcement officers and “offered” to go to the police department with them. Don’t delay, call for a lawyer, and in no case sign anything until you speak with a lawyer. You should not trust the attorneys your law enforcement officers offer you – if you have been detained by unscrupulous police officers who want to wrongfully accuse you, the lawyer they offer will likely be more concerned with the interests of such employees than yours.

REMEMBER! The sooner you contact a criminal law specialist, the more you or your loved ones will not get in prison!

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