When an individual finds him or herself in a criminal procedure, he or she feels most threatened and helpless, notwithstanding his or her social, economic or other status. Often they are also convicted in advance, at least by the public if not by the court. It is for the lawyer to ensure a committed defence to the full extent, which is the only guarantee for the consistent enforcement of the constitutional principle of “presumption of innocence” and thus ensuring his or her equivalent position in criminal proceedings, where he or she must face the State with all its repressive apparatus, and the public with its advance perceptions on guilt.
- representing defendants under investigation
- representing defendants in main procedure
- representing victims and their damage claims
- preparing criminal charges
- representing in misdemeanour cases
For us, being lawyers is a profession where it is just not enough to be professional, precise and up-to-date. For us, being lawyers is a calling. On top of our basic competences we add a good measure of personal courage, independence and honour and thus try to contribute our share to a more legal and just society.