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Criminal and misdemeanour law

A criminal prosecution can have serious consequences for the individual and their closest environment. The crime is often committed through negligence, ignorance or during difficult life situations. There are even cases where a criminal prosecution is conducted against a person who did not commit the crime at allbecause the state authorities involved in criminal proceedings simply made an incorrect evaluation of the procured evidence or their legal evaluation. The task of the defendant is to provide the accused with professional and personal support while protecting their rights during the criminal proceedings, so as to bring to light circumstances that are favourable for the accused and ensure that they are duly considered when deciding about their guilt or sentence.

A person harmed by a criminal offence also has a number of rights, which can be duly protected with the help of an attorney. In practice, this generally involves claims for compensation for damage to property, compensation for injury, impeded social assertion and their application in criminal proceedings.

Within criminal and misdemeanour law, we focus particularly on the following areas:

  • defence in all phases of a criminal prosecution
  • representation of damaged parties in a criminal prosecution, compensation for damages caused by the crime, related proceedings
  • criminal liability of entrepreneurs, white collar crime
  • criminal liability of statutory bodies of commercial companies
  • assessment of criminal connections in business transactions
  • representation in proceedings for misdemeanours and other administrative offences

 

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Registered office:
Puklicova 52
370 04 České Budějovice

Phone: +420 387 220 295
e-mail: info (at) nspartners.cz

Branch:
Anglická 20
120 00 Prague 2

Company Registration Number: 28143850
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