Criminal procedural law

Criminal procedural law is the branch of procedural law whose purpose is to establish the legal rules governing the jurisdiction, competence, exercise of legal actions and processing of criminal proceedings.

I provide advice on all matters relating to criminal procedural law, including developing the most appropriate strategy to defend my clients’ best interests and the suitability of carrying out certain investigative measures.

I represent my clients in all criminal legal proceedings to exercise their right to a legal defence and/or prosecution at all stages of the proceedings and in the courts of first and second instance, as well as before the Supreme Court.

Summary procedure.

Simplified procedure.

Speedy trial procedure.

Misdemeanour case procedure.

Urgent procedure.

Preliminary proceedings.

Sentence enforcement and/or execution.

Precautionary measures.

Provisional measures.

Investigation stage.

Intermediate stage.

Oral trial stage.

Appeal for review.

Appellate procedure.

Cassation appeal.

Cassation appeal for infringement of the law.

Cassation appeal for infringement of procedural rules.

Extraordinary appeal for breach of procedure.

Appeal in the interest of the law.

Drafting and filing of complaints.

Drafting and filing of lawsuits.

Drafting and presentation of appeals.

Drafting and presentation of all types of writs.

Representation in court for procedures and/or hearings.

Contact us: 626 763 151