What are your chances of getting a favorable solution?
No one can guarantee that you will get a favorable solution, because the final decision belongs to one person: the magistrate.
However I assure you that I will prepare a detailed and convincing defense.
I am focused on preventing the escalation of criminal problems and on the quality of the services offered.
You will receive personalized information and legal advice to dismantle the charges against you.
I find the best solutions in order to meet the goals of my clients
I consult and represent clients in criminal cases with professionalism, rigor and integrity. I use all legal means in order to acheiev the goals of my clients. I fight vigorously for their rights and interests.
Legal advice and assistance is not necessary only when you are charged with a crime. There are situations when a legal report is wrongly catalogued as belonging to the area of the criminal law or is specific to other law branches. These kind of situations can belong, for example, to the civil law, labour law, tax law or to the protection of personal data, areas of professional practice in which I successfully assisted and represented clients before the administrative authorities and courts.
REPRESENTATIVE CASE 1
The factual situation retained by prosecutors: indirect receipt of undue material benefits to approve the financing of works contracts
Detained offenses: abuse of office and bribery
Trust is gained through hard work and results
REPRESENTATIVE CASE 3
The factual situation retained by prosecutors: use of the endowments, budget and employees of an institution for personal purposes
Detained offenses: instigation to use information that is not intended for publicity or to allow unauthorized persons access to this information, instigation to abuse of office, instigation to the crime of illegal access to a computer system, instigation to the crime of illegal operations with computer devices or programs
REPRESENTATIVE CASE 2
The factual situation retained by prosecutors: obtaining sums of money in return for offering contracts
Detained offenses: joining an organized crime group and bribery
Art. 6 §§ 1 and 3 (d) • Trial leading to conviction for membership of illegal armed organisation unfair, due to applicant’s inability to confront witness against him, and despite his lawyer being able to cross-examine the witness • No good reason for failure to obtain...read more
Art. 5 §§ 1 and 1 c) • Illegality of continuous pre-trial detention, interrupted to serve a prison sentence for other offenses, in the absence of a clear legal basis in national law • No prompt notification of the judgment providing for the conversion of the prison...read more
Art. 5 § 3 • Reasonableness of pre-trial detention • Domestic courts’ failure to provide “relevant” and “sufficient” reasons justifying extension of applicants’ pre-trial detention; Art. 18 (+ Art. 5 § 3) • Restrictions for unauthorised purposes • Pre-trial detention...read more