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Criminal cases are one of the essential areas of activity of a lawyer since it is in them that a lawyer takes responsibility for the life, freedom, and future of a person. The lawyer is opposed by the state system of government, which generally does not act in the legislative field and shows signs of unprofessional irresponsibility. Therefore, a lawyer must act according to explicit algorithms. He should conduct a strategy in such a way as to provide for all paths of development of events. Moreover, a lawyer has to narrow down the corridor of possible actions for the prosecution. The specialists of our company have vast personal experience in conducting criminal cases and can intervene at any stage of production.


Before the submission of statements in the ECHR or upon the fact of

  • Consultation on the opening of criminal proceedings, qualifications and other legal issues;
  • Preparation of an allegation of a criminal offense;
  • Appeal of the actions of the investigator or the prosecutor if the statements are not introduced to the ECHR;
  • Participation in investigation proceedings with the client;

Protection of the rights of the suspect during the pre-trial investigation

  • Participation in interrogations, confrontations, searches, temporary access to documents and things;
  • Preparation and submission of motions and applications; reclamation of certificates and other materials for joining the case file; obtaining clarifications from witnesses and others; initiation and organization of examinations;
  • Appeal of the ruling on the election of a preventive measure and other decisions of the investigator, prosecutor, and investigating judge;

Representation of the interests of the aggrieved person, civil plaintiff, civil defendant, as well as a witness in the course of the pre-trial investigation

  • Consultancy on criminal prosecution, compensation for material and moral harm;
  • Participation in interrogations, confrontations, and other investigative actions;
  • Drawing up a statement of claim, response, petitions, and statements;

When considering criminal proceedings in a court in the first, appeal and cassation instance

  • Participation in court hearings; preparation and submission of petitions and applications; reclamation of certificates and other documents; initiation and organization of examinations; objections to the judge’s actions, statement on challenging the composition of the court and other participants in the process, familiarization with the protocol of the court session and filing of objections;
  • Appeal of the decision of the first instance to the court of appeal;
  • Appeal of the conclusion of the appeals instance to the Supreme Court;
  • Appeal of the judgment of the cassation instance to the European Court of Human Rights;

At the execution stage

  • Grant of parole from serving a sentence;
  • Replacing the unserved part of the sentence with a milder type of punishment;
  • Obtaining a writ of execution, presenting it to the executor.