Defense in criminal cases

  • white-collar crimes (abuse of power, excess of power, official forgery, untruthful declaration, negligence by officials, bribery, illegal enrichment, abuse of influence, etc.);
  • property crimes (theft, robbery, brigandage, extortion, fraud, embezzlement of property by officials, damage to property, unauthorized construction, etc.);
  • economic crimes (securities fraud, smuggling, embezzlement of humanitarian aid, illegal gambling, illegal sale and distribution of excise goods, falsifying business records, raiding of property, money laundering, tax evasion, market manipulation, copyright infringement, disclosure of banking or trade secrets, etc.);
  • illegal drug trade (drug trafficking, Illegal drug cultivation, production and manufacture, Illegal acquisition, storage, transportation, shipment or sale of drugs, etc.).

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Frequently asked questions

What guarantees does the advocate provide?
The advocate provides guarantees of strict compliance with the legislation on the functioning of the bar and legal activities. After studying the circumstances of the case, the advocate is convinced of the existence of factual and legal grounds for the execution of the assignment and brings them to the client. The advocate informs the client what time and amount of work will be required to fulfill this assignment and what the legal consequences of achieving the result that the client wants. At the same time, the advocate does not guarantee the client the achievement of a certain result of the execution of the assignment and does not contribute directly or indirectly to the formation of unreasonable expectations in him, as well as the idea that the advocate can influence the result by other means, except for the conscientious performance of his professional duties. Based on the results of the discussion, the advocate and the client agree on the legal position in the case (paragraph 3 of the second part of Article 21 of the Law on Advocacy and Advocacy; parts two, three, five of Article 18, Article 19 of the Rules of Advocate Ethics).

Work schedule:

from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.,
round-the-clock consultation;