Criminal Law

The criminal law represents the states claim for punitive illegal behavior. In investigations and court proceedings, law enforcement agencies are on opposite sides to the alleged accused perpetrator and his defender. The court has the duty to determine the actual facts and to speak on the basis of these facts, a verdict. In order for a fair trial, provisions in the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code guarantee appropriate proceedings. Already, at the beginning of the investigation representation by legally qualified defense attorney for the accused is usually granted.
A variety of situations are covered, from road traffic offenses (drunk driving or hit-and-run accidents with a potential loss of license), property and personal injury actions, up to accusations of organized crime, especially in the field of drug offenses.

It is a sacred requirement of justice that in all non-trivial cases a proper defense must not be lacking, for the accused to be able to stand up against the legally educated prosecutor.
- Rudolph G. Binding

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