When facing an allegation of criminal conduct or behaviour here in Spain, it is essential to get clear and transparent legal advice from experienced criminal defence lawyer who will protect your rights.
We provide expert legal advice and representation for both individuals and businesses.
We also provide immediate specialist legal advice and representation at every stage of the criminal process, from attendance at police stations – Mossos d’Esquadra, Policia Nacional de la Jonquera (French-Spanish border), Guardia Civil – to representation in court proceedings, whether the Magistrates’ Court called Juzgado de ’Instrucción, Crown Court called Juzgado de lo Penal or Court of Appeal called Audiencia Provincial.
No matter the offence you may have been accused of, we can help you.
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Also we can represent the minors. The rights of the minor after performing a criminal conduct (What can happen to your youngest child in criminal proceedings?)
- Drug crimes concern any involvement in the creation or distribution of drugs, including drug possession, drug manufacturing, and drug trafficking.
- Traffic offenses include crimes that may arise while an individual is driving a vehicle on public roadways. Traffic offenses include driving under influence of alcohol or drugs, driving on a suspended or revoked license, driving without a license, hit-and-run accidents, reckless driving, and vehicular assault. Where a traffic offense results in death, it can be charged as a far more serious crime, such as a form of homicide.
- Property crimes typically involve interference with the property of another. Although they may involve physical or mental harm to another, they primarily result in the deprivation of the use or enjoyment of property. Many property crimes are theft crimes, including burglary, larceny, robbery, auto theft, and shoplifting.
- Personal crimes are those that result in physical or mental harm to another person, including domestic abuse.
- Finally, financial crimes often involve deception or fraud for financial gain. Although white-collar crimes derive their name from the corporate officers who historically perpetrated them, anyone in any industry can commit a white-collar crime. These crimes include many types of fraud and blackmail, embezzlement and money laundering, tax evasion, and cybercrime